See Your Baby Bust A Move
If you observe carefully, you will be able to see your baby’s movement.
This is because the space in the womb is decreasing as your baby increase in size.
The amniotic fluid is also decreasing because of your baby’s growth.
Although your baby will be fine if it were to be born within this week, your baby still needs to grow a bit more before he is ready for birth.
Baby Took Mommy’s Breath Away.
You may notice that you are more breathless.
This is because your womb is growing and presses deeper against your ribs.
Your baby’s kicks and movements are also giving you discomfort now that it is bigger and getting heavier still.
Just Enough Molybdenum.
Molybdenum helps the body break down toxins in the body but too much of it can have negative effects on the body so make sure you do not exceed more than 2 mg per day.
Preferably, a pregnant mother takes only about 0.05 mg of Molybdenum.
Molybdenum can be found aplenty in legumes, whole grains, beef liver, and leafy vegetables.
Give this baked potato recipe a try.
Do some last-minute calculations to check all the necessary payment and costs.
Check your lists of baby items including your postpartum recovery needs again to make sure you have everything.
It is also the apt time to start washing your baby clothes, bedding, and sheets.
This is to sterilize the items and prevent infection on your new-born baby.
Pre-Natal Yoga Calms Your Mind and Body.
Pre-natal yoga can help you lower your stress and anxiety level.
It also decreases lower back pain, and shortness of breath.
If you have trouble sleeping, pre-natal yoga will also help you improve your sleep.
Pre-natal yoga consists of breathing exercise and stretches to cool you down and relax your body.
When doing pre-natal yoga, you must make sure to pace yourself according to your comfort level and do not overdo it.
Best to talk to your doctor about your plans to make sure that you are not at risk when doing it.