Pregnancy Week 30

You are into week 30.

Take lots of water and diet rich in fibres because you need a lot of vitamins and minerals at this stage

Mother’s Changes :
You are already having a lot of discomfort in your body. The uterus gets accommodated in the body, in the cavity of the uterus. The mother experiences breathing difficulty and many ladies may have edema which happens from the swelling of feet. If the face and hands begin to swell it is a matter of concern and that’s when the doctor should be contacted. There is a chance of pre eclampsia during this stage. Insomnia and constipation also trouble the mom at this stage. This is due to the rise in the hormonal levels.

There is a tendency to urinate frequently. This is because the uterus has grown and this exerts a pressure right on the urinary bladder. Just because you have a growing tummy it is difficult for you to lie in a comfortable position. Sleeping on the left is advisable as blood can flow to all parts of the body. If you are in a reclining position, it will help to check the back aches die to the baby’s increasing weight.

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During this time a major problem is constipation. The hormones secreted during pregnancy will not allow proper digestion and hence this problem. You must exercise on a regular basis and also eat foods that are very rich in fiber and also whole grains and vegetables along with lots of water.

Baby’s Growth :
Your little baby is now growing very fast and he weighs around three pounds.
The lanugo is vanishing and the eye lids can close and open and the little nails on the toes are also growing. The bone marrow is now responsible for red blood cell production.

The baby now weighs about 3 pounds and measures around 27 cm/ The baby grows fast and accumulates a lot of fat. This makes him or her look less wrinkled and the fat gives him more warmth after the baby is born.

The baby develops a strong grip. He starts sucking his thumb and his gums and teeth are also developed.

The baby’s brain is developing gradually and he becomes very much aware of his surroundings. The eyes are gaining the sight and he can now feel the light and the darkness. It can open and close its eyes. The babies eyes can produce tears. It is very interesting to know that he/she starts recognizing the mother’s voice.

Father’s Role :
This is the time for the mom to decide on breast feeding and the dad would respect her opinion. If she decides to breastfeed, he can also discuss the pros and cons with her.

Inspiration of the week :
If you care for your children now, they would care for you when they grow up.

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3 comments for “Pregnancy Week 30

  1. biletik
    July 19, 2014 at 6:37 pm
    19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    easy to read, sometimes funny… otherwise useless, May 30, 2009
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    biletik (Corvallis, OR USA) –

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    I bought it as a starter book for my first pregnancy. Every page basically says: hey, we all know what I know… pregnancy is hard… but with a bit of humor we can make it through!

    This may or may not be your attitude towards pregnancy. Personally, I think pregnancy is wonderful. But then, I was lucky to feel good most of the time… may not apply to everyone. The book said: you should feel crappy, and I wondered: “am I normal?” I didn’t feel I needed the humorous approach they suggest; moreover, I felt that their humor assumes too much. And I didn’t particularly like the excessively familiar tone of this book. Otherwise, it’s quick and light reading on the go, quite pleasant too.

    I like the way it’s organized day-by-day. Unfortunately, even though it makes you feel like it should contains lots of info that would be daily applicable, that is not the case. It’s full of encouragement, though, if that’s what you need! It does not give you many tips on nutrition or exercises for a healthy pregnancy (or details on the complications), but there are other books out there that do. You may find a few practical bits of advice among the rest of the chatter. Overall, this is a fun addition to my pregnancy library, but I wouldn’t have missed it.

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  2. Tracy "Tracy"
    July 19, 2014 at 5:56 pm
    51 of 57 people found the following review helpful
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    The Best Pregnancy Book out there!, May 1, 2006
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    Tracy “Tracy” (East Norriton, PA) –

    Susan Magee lives in my neighborhood. She’s the nicest and funniest person, always cracking us up. I was pregnant while she was working on her book and she made me laugh and gave me so much good advice. She was the only person who told me that we should take an experienced mom to Babies R Us to register and not to feel bad if we had to go back three times to figure it all out. She was the only person who told me that I should prepare for a C-section, just in case. I’m glad I listened to her. Despite my intention to deliver my daughter with a midwife, Maya was breech and I needed a C-section. If I hadn’t read up about the procedure (Susan gave me the pages

    of her manuscript), I would have been terrified. She also warned me not to freak out if I didn’t bond with the baby instantly. She said for many women, the experience of childbirth (plus surgery) is so overwhelming that it’s

    hard to focus on the baby right away. Finally, she’s the only one who prepared me for how hard it was going to be to breastfeed in the beginning. I remember she said, “You think that because the baby’s life depends upon getting this food, that it would be easy. But it’s not. So don’t worry too

    much if it takes you and the baby a few weeks, or even a month, to get into the groove. You’re not doing it wrong, it’s just a huge adjustment for both of you and it’s painful in the beginning.”

    After Maya was born, I read Susan’s book anyway. It’s so funny and so true. It is really saying something if you aren’t even pregnant and got a lot out of a pregnancy book. Plus she talks a lot about keeping your expectations low, how your recovery is going to be, and asking for help when you first bring a baby home. Do yourself a favor and get this book. It’s really

    wonderful.

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  3. Jessica Lux
    July 19, 2014 at 5:21 pm
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    I’m stocking up on this book as a gift item for moms-to-be in my life!, August 26, 2006
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    Jessica Lux (Rosamond, CA) –
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    The Pregnancy Countdown Book is a page-a-day guide chock full of advice for expecting parents. Author Susan Magee cuts right to the chase and avoids euphemisms–pregnancy is not “complex,” it is hard–hard in the first trimester, hard in the middle, and hard near the end. Magee describes the rewards, but she doesn’t try to sugar-coat anything.

    Many of the gems in this book deal with those things you needs to know but are reluctant to ask: foods and activities to stop when you are pregnant, proper sleeping posture, when to stop air travel, dealing with varicose veins, and how (and when) to break the news to friends and family. Tips include recommended products, resources, tricks, and websites. This is the kind of book that reassures a worry-wort, because the author and her MD co-author have been there and done it all, and they will remind you what to do at the right time.

    I was especially intrigued by Magee’s attention to the relationship between the parents. She addresses the stresses that the mom and her significant other will experience, and how to relate to your partner during these 250 days.

    Bottom line: this is a value-packed offering and a highly recommended gift item.

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