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Your Pregnancy Weekly Guide:
Your baby is spending quite a bit of his time practicing the skills he'll need after birth, such as sucking, swallowing, and breathing. These subtle movements are harder to feel and often go undetected. Other changes during your 32nd week of pregnancy include the following:
When you're 32 weeks pregnant, you might find yourself eating less at one sitting and moving less in general.
If you find you can't eat a full-size meal all at once, that’s normal. Your uterus is enlarged and is pressing against your stomach, which can make eating more difficult. If you are not able to eat larger meals, opt for mini-meals throughout the day.
Just be sure you're getting nutrients from all four food groups of Canada’s Food Guide(grains, vegetables and fruits, milk and alternatives, and meat and alternatives). Here’s how:
As you get closer to your delivery, you might experience swelling in different parts of your body. This is completely normal. Try these simple ways to help reduce swelling symptoms:
It's important to select a pediatrician before you go into labor. If you're not sure where to begin, ask your physician, friends, or neighbors who have children for their recommendations. Once you've narrowed down the list, call or visit the pediatrician's office.
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