Mam: Pregnant 34 weeks (Baby 32 weeks)
Your pelvis has expanded and may ache, especially at the back.
Your pelvis has expanded and may ache, especially at the back. Keep your focus forward and think about having a newborn soon! Now is a good time to consider whether you will breastfeed; in addition to friends and relatives, there are lactation experts you can consult.
Your uterus is still growing and is a whole 5 inches above your naval now!
You might have blurred vision.That's because your eyes are yet another part of your body that falls prey to those pesky pregnancy hormones — the same ones doing a number on your digestive tract and your ligaments. Not only can your vision seem blurry these days, but a decrease in tear production can leave your eyes dry and irritated, especially if you wear contact lenses. Happily, these changes are all temporary. Things should clear up as your eyes return to normal after delivery. But do keep in mind that certain more serious vision problems can be a sign of gestational diabetes or high blood pressure, so be sure to mention any vision changes to your practitioner
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