Pregnancy Week –30
So, you have just 10 weeks left till your baby arrives. The 30th week will put some difficult questions in front of you. Be ready to answer them. With your due date getting closer, you will have new feelings in your heart.
So, you have just 10 weeks left till your baby arrives. The 30th week will put some difficult questions in front of you. Be ready to answer them. With your due date getting closer, you will have new feelings in your heart. You may have discomfort with your old sleeping position. People may start commenting on your belly size and how you look. Do not take these comments seriously.
How big is your 30 week baby?
Your baby has grown a little more and now is 39.9cm from head to toe, say the size of a zucchini. Soon her length growth will slow down and weight growth will increase. She now weighs 1.3kgs. If you put a torch at your tummy, you may feel the baby turning her head. The amniotic fluid is increasing with every passing day. But, the growth will slow down as your baby will develop more.
New RBC may start forming your baby’s bone marrow. The bones are continuing to get hardened and the head is filled with sufficient hair.
Pregnancy belly week 30
Just see your belly, you walk the last steps to get to see your baby now. You may get a little tired now and sleep longer. At this point, your baby covers a vast portion of your uterus. The uterus has expanded below your rib cage to give more room to the developing child. With your belly growing, your gravity point may shift a little.
Pregnancy symptoms week 30
- The 30th week of your pregnancy will showcase these symptoms -
- Trouble in falling asleep: You may get more tired than before and face difficulty in sleeping at night. You can experiment with different sleeping positions. If you have insomnia, then speak to your doctor.
- Back ache: Back pain is quite common in pregnancy, but it may get worse in the third trimester.
- Cramping: Your body is seeking pressure and all your veins, muscles, heart and bones are functioning for two people. it can cause cramping. Drink fluids and get sufficient rest.
- Mood swings: Mood swings could create a lot of problem too. You may have hard time sleeping or following your daily routine. Some pregnant women also experience depression.
- Losing your breath: With your uterus getting bigger and pushing diaphragm in the lungs, breathing may get difficult.
- Strange dreams: You may often witness strange dreams at night.
Pregnancy ultrasound week 30
If your pregnancy is normal, then you will not have an ultrasound in the 30th week. But, if you do, you will find the fetus skin is getting smoother and the brain is getting wrinklier. Your baby is getting stronger with every passing day. The facial lines are developing fast and the ultrasound also shows the opened eyes of your baby.
Apart from the ultrasound, your doctor may also suggest a fetal non-stress test to monitor the heart rate of the baby.
Pregnancy lifestyle week 30
- East starchy foods like rice and potato. It lowers the risk of diarrhoea. Do not consume food rich in sugar.
- Be active: Walk for several times in a day.
- Take enough supplements, minerals and vitamins.
- Go to your antenatal classes and prepare for your delivery.
Pregnancy Checklist week 30
- Get sufficient calcium, protein and iron for your baby’s development
- Massage your itchy belly with lotion
- Get childbirth classes and practice those techniques.
- Schedule your 32 week prenatal visit.
- Know about the relaxation techniques for labor.
- Purchase a car seat to bring your baby home from the hospital.
- Have a full-fledged birth plan for your child. Gather info about the normal delivery as well as C-section procedure and the different types of anaesthesia.