Mam: Pregnant 29 weeks (Baby 27 weeks)
From now on you can count your babies kicks every day.
Your blood pressure’s up a bit. You’ve gained 8.5 – 11.5kgs (19-25lbs) now, but have some time to go. Be aware of signs of premature labour, such as cramps, back pain, a trickle of amniotic fluid or discharges and mucous. Call your doctor ASAP as they can stop labour with bed rest, medications and, if needed, hospitalisation. 
You may be kept awake by restless legs? No one’s sure why, but they’re common during the third trimester. Make sure you get enough iron in your diet and enough movement during the day.
From now on you can count your babies kicks every day. To make sure that you do — and to make sure that everything's A-OK in your belly — make a habit of counting your baby's kicks twice a day, once in the morning and once at night. Best to do your counting lying down (since babies are more likely to kick up when Mom's lying down — a pattern they tend to continue after they're born). If you can't lie down, sit. Count any and all movements (even swishes and rolls) until you hit ten. If you are ever worried, call your midwife or doctor, it is better to be safe than sorry. 
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