PREGNANCY WEEK 39: Full Term Pregnancy

If You’re Here, Your Pregnancy Reached Full Term!

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By this week your baby has reach full term and all its organ that its been developing all this month has finally complete it development.

The baby’s hair on top of his head is now thicker than before.

The baby is ready to inhale its first breath of oxygen for the first time.

Your baby is about the size of a watermelon!

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Are You Feeling Anxious?

Now that you are in your 39th week, you may feel an increase of anxiety and discomfort.

Your worries are understandable.

Do something to distract yourself from worrying about the delivery.

You can try reading more about labour and the delivery process.

Get Your Copper.

Copper works together with iron in red blood cell production.

It also helps the body to absorb iron.

Cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis can be prevented if the body receives enough copper nutrients.

Copper is used in pregnancy to support the baby’s development of tissues and organ systems.

You would need about 1.5 to 2 mg of copper every day during your pregnancy period.

Although necessary, copper is advised to be consumed naturally and not through supplements.

Food that provide copper are livers, oysters, spirulina, shiitake mushrooms, nuts, seeds, and dark chocolate.

Try this homemade snack!

Enjoy your last moments of pregnancy, well, until the next one that is.

Prepare for the signs of labour such as water breaks or mucus plug discharged.

Water breaks happens when there is a rupture on the amniotic sac which also indicates that your baby is ready for birth.

The clear, and odourless liquid may gush out or trickle down your leg depending on where the rupture of the amniotic sac happens.

When this happens you may wear a pad or sit on a towel to stay dry.

Contact your doctor if you don’t feel any contractions within 24-hours after your water breaks.

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