At this point, your baby is awake and asleep at very specific times of the day. Find out about his sleep patterns, and what they mean.
You may be prone to edema, the swelling of hands and feet, around this time. Drinking a lot of water can help flush out excess fluid so you have a better chance of fitting into your shoes and rings. Chugalug!
You may notice your baby's sleeping patterns becoming more regular based on when there's a lot of kicking and when things seem a bit more quiet. He or she also has more hair now, and can distinguish your voice from your partner's.
Your baby is gradually becoming more stable in both positioning and habits. Meanwhile, you may become a little insecure about your weight gain. Remember, there's a baby in there (as well as all the fluid retention that comes with it)--you need those pounds!
1. Interview potential pediatricians.
Take a unique look at Baby's development inside the womb this week.
Organize your doctor's appointments, save your ultrasound photos, and more--all in one place!
We've got answers to your questions from experts and parents who've been there.
You may begin to feel stronger -- even painful -- kicks from your growing little one this week.
Irregular heartbeats are usually nothing to worry about, but talk to your doctor about your concerns.
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Thinking you're having contractions? Find out if they might be harmless Braxton Hicks contractions.
Try these sleep positions if your belly is making it difficult to get comfortable.
Try these positions if you find that intercourse is becoming uncomfortable as the baby grows.
Find out where to go to take classes on childbirth, caring for your newborn and more.
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Keeping your social life alive and well while you're pregnant is important for your emotional health.
Fight fatigue and have more energy for exercise and work with these tips.
Learn the difference between good and bad fats and where to find them.
Pregnancy can make preexisting restless legs syndrome worse.