28th week of pregnancy: what happens to the baby and mom
28 Obstetric pregnancy week is the beginning of the seventh month. From this article Mom learns how the baby is, how much he has grown and what his needs are.
28 weeks of pregnancy; development of the fetus, photo, how does the baby develop and feel?
This week the baby is confidently reaching the mark 1 kg. Its growth is, on average, 35 centimeters.
The kid is almost completely formed. But before it comes into being, many systems must finally develop.
The bone system continues to strengthen. This process will continue until the birth. And even after the birth of the bone, the baby will grow stronger every year until he becomes an adult.
Puff on the head, eyelashes and eyebrows become darker. He learns to blink and fix his eyes.
In the uterus, there is less space for movement. Therefore, mother feels not only the legs of her baby. He can push his elbows and knees. During the day, mom’s movements soothe him, so many kids prefer to lead an active lifestyle at night.
At a period of 28 weeks, ultrasound is usually not provided.
It happens that a pregnant woman is overwhelmed by doubts about the state of the baby. Sometimes such experiences are purely psychological. But it also happens that such suspicions are justified.
The first thing you need to do to find out what's right with the baby is to follow his movements. They are the strong proof that the pregnancy is proceeding normally.
The next thing that mom can do is listen to the heartbeat crumbs. To do this, you need a stethoscope or a special device for home listening to the fetal heart activity. If there is neither that nor another, it can make the husband, having pressed an ear to a tummy.
If the mother continues to worry, you can go through an ultrasound with a doppler.
Popular questions about pregnancy; answer specialist
Obstetrical period it is considered from the first day of the last menstruation - from the moment when the woman was not yet pregnant.
Embryonic period determines the exact age of the baby from the moment of conception. The difference between these terms is about two weeks.
Alloculations on this term should be light-milk color, homogeneous, with slightly sour smell. The appearance of blood can be the beginning of premature birth or other pathologies.