Mam: Pregnant 39 weeks (Baby 37 weeks)
You are quite big now, and since your center of gravity is off, you are probably clumsy!
You are quite big now, and since your center of gravity is off, you are probably clumsy! You’re not comfortable and are really ready for labour.  False labour pains usually concentrate in the lower abdomen, while true labour pains start in the lower back and spread through the entire abdomen. Real labour also becomes stronger and more powerful as time continues.
You're probably feeling increasingly uncomfortable by now, as you drag around your ever-heavier uterus and its contents — plus your pelvis is feeling achier and achier as your baby bears down. Braxton Hicks contractions are likely increasing in strength and frequency – and that's a good thing, since it means your body's gearing up for the big event. 
Now is the time to sleep and nap whenever you can, take any help you can get, you will need all your energy for the big day!
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