Mam: Pregnant 36 weeks (Baby 34 weeks)
You may switch between fatigue and extra bursts of energy from time to time!
Your uterus is probably up under your ribs. You may switch between fatigue and extra bursts of energy from time to time!
Achy back, heaviness in your seat and pelvis are common. Nothing’s wrong, it’s normal, but surely you can’t wait now! More than likely you now have a pregnancy waddle It’s the result of the hormone-triggered loosening and softening of your connective tissue. And that's particularly important now that you're nearing D-day (delivery day). Your baby — who's grown quite large by this point — needs to squeeze through your pelvic bones, so it's a good thing that they're more flexible now. This is your body's way of getting ready to squeeze a big baby out of a small space. 
Chat with dad, and maybe your mam and friends, about how you’ll handle meals and other practical things (like housekeeping) when you’re just home from the birth.
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