Pregnancy Week 32

Discover how baby-to-be is developing in week 32 and get great tips on choosing a daycare provider, preparing for your baby's arrival, and getting more calcium in your diet.

Watch Your Baby's Growth

Pregnancy Month by Month: Month 8
Pregnancy Month by Month: Month 8

Why are Baby's kicks not as strong as they used to be? Why can't I sleep at night? Watch this video to learn more about common symptoms of pregnancy during month 8.

Your Changing Body

Your baby may be putting more pressure on your internal organs now as he or she grows in the uterus. This can cause heartburn, incontinence, and shortness of breath in the final months of your pregnancy, all of which are uncomfortable, but normal.

Your Developing Baby

Baby's lungs need some time to develop and mature completely, but they're getting stronger day by day.

Your Pregnancy

Good news! If your baby is born at week 32 or later, she or he has an almost perfect shot at both survival and a normal, healthy life. That said, you may want to familiarize yourself with signs of early labor, which you should go over with your doctor.

Your Week 32 To-Do List

1. Plan care for your other kids or your pets for your labor day.

An Inside Look

Take a unique look at Baby's development inside the womb this week.

Your Pregnancy Calendar

Organize your doctor's appointments, save your ultrasound photos, and more--all in one place!

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