it's time to
care of yourself. Part of feeling your best is making sure you get the extra nutrition you need so you have energy — for you and for your baby.
"Expectant and breastfeeding moms need complete balanced nutrition. That is why I recommend Similac Mom, along with a healthy diet rich in essential nutrients."Dr. Sonja Wicklum, MD.
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Your Pregnancy Weekly Guide:
The 33rd week of pregnancy — and the four weeks that follow — mark a time of astounding growth as your baby reaches her final birth weight.
When you're 33 weeks pregnant, your choice of food, the time of day you eat it, and how much you eat at one sitting can impact your well-being directly.
If you’re looking for additional ways to get your recommended servings of vegetables and fruits, try any of the following:
It might be a good time to preregister at your hospital or birthing center. Filling out paperwork now will be much easier than when you're in labor, plus it will help eliminate some of the unknown.
Here are other things you can do:
If you are having difficulty finding a comfortable sleeping position, here’s a new position to try: Lie on your left side with your legs and knees bent. This position helps take the pressure off the primary veins in your legs and your lower back. If you need to adjust your position overnight, try the same technique on your right side.
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