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The 25th week of your pregnancy is the due time for your baby to try breathing air and prepare his functional organs for working in the real world. However, he\she needs more time to multiple his\her weight and gain your immunity against several diseases. Here are a few ideas about this enjoying period of your pregnancy.
To contact directly with his baby, your partner can press his eyes on your belly and hear his baby’s heartbeats, especially when your baby is waking up. Your baby’s palms will form a layer of creases and his\her wrinkled skin will get smoother by the end of this week. Your baby has a daily routine within your womb, as he\she can sleep for several consecutive hours and wake up to hear your voice and respond to it or play around the fluid.
You may feel an urge to urinate in the coming stage more than the previous weeks, but this symptom will be annoying at the last four or five weeks. The itchy and swollen veins in your rectum are results of your increasing weight blocking blood flow in such an area; so, you can change your position to solve the problem. Just enjoy your soccer ball-size tummy and relax as possible as you can to spend a healthy pregnancy.
Your growing baby creates a pressure upon the tissues of your back and feet; so, you need just need to avoid sitting, standing, and driving too much time and wearing high heels from now to the end of your pregnancy. For more comfort, you can wear a brace and treat your numb and achy hands, wrists, and fingers regularly.
When you visit your doctor at the due time, he will measure your blood
pressure and detect a sample of your urine for diabetes or pre-eclampsia. The doctor may discuss the birth plan and the expected type of your delivery and you should write down his ideas and notices to discuss them with your partner.
Your healthcare provider will advise you to drink at least eight large glasses of fluid including water and juice to help your blood carry the nutrients fluently to your baby. To protect your teeth and help your baby’s bones, nervous system, muscles, and heart grow healthily, you should have leafy green vegetables, tinned fish, and dairy products daily, as they are rich with calcium. If you have problems with such food categories, you may need vitamin D supplements as per the needed amount.