From now on you see your obstetrician weekly.
You may need to urinate more often because of the pressure on your bladder.
Braxton Hicks contractions may occur more frequently.
Your baby may kick repeatedly in the same area. You will probably feel increasingly tired. You may have tingling, numb fingers.
What to do:
Discomfort from baby's kicking – Shift your position frequently.
Tiredness – Rest as much as you can. Try not to be so active.
Carpal tunnel syndrome – Put your hands on a pillow when you sleep so that it doesn't cause that much congestion. Don't hang your hand down. You can use a hand splint in the worst case scenario because that does help to keep the hand in a neutral position.
Your baby is putting on weight more quickly now. If she's awake her eyes will be open. If you move a lot or press your abdomen you may wake your baby. Eating a meal rich with carbohydrates may also wake baby.
Baby's lungs are almost fully developed. The kidneys are fully developed and the liver is able to process some waste products.