Mam: Pregnant 32 weeks (Baby 30 weeks)
Bi-weekly doctor’s visits are the norm now until the final month of pregnancy, when weekly visits are standard
Bi-weekly doctor’s visits are the norm now until the final month of pregnancy, when weekly visits are standard. Keep drinking fluids, put your feet up when you sit down, lie on your left side, and keep your support hosiery handy!
You might be having vivid dreams now thanks to pregnancy hormones so having a dream journal might be something nice to look back on!
With your big uterus crowding your insides, you may find your appetite waning now (shocking!). Try to eat regular, small snacks — a bite of a banana counts! — instead of big meals. You might experience a lot of bloating and gas, so to minimize that gassy feeling, aim for eating six small meals a day (versus three large ones) so that you don’t strain your digestive system (which is being taxed enough by your growing belly bearing down on it). 
WebMD discusses week 30 of pregnancyfind out more
Langmans Medical Embryology, Ninth Edition, TW Sadler, 2003find out more
What to Expect discusses week 31 of pregnancyfind out more