Saturday, September 6, 2008

Week 26 Of Pregnancy: 28 Weeks Of Amenorrhea

You take more and more weight (about 400 g per week and between 1 kg and 1.2 kg per month). Half for you and half for your baby.
The fatigue is still being felt and your back pain will increase.

Your baby
It is now 33 cm and weighs 870 g.
This week the bronchial tubes have emerged but the lungs are not mature until after birth.
It swallowed more amniotic fluid (which is renewed every three hours) and will reject a large amount in the form of urine. The volume of liquid will decrease as baby grows.
Her skin thickens with grease, it is red because of the small blood vessels that travel.
It will begin to open its eyes and distinguish variations of light.
The ivory of his teeth is covered with enamel.

Good to Know
Sit and make napping as soon as possible.
eat a balanced diet, drink plenty of water, so you will also avoid having urinary infections.
Ventilate your mind and exercise (walking, swimming, gymnastics), the sport will have a beneficial effect on your back, your pelvic muscles and your abdominals.


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