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Your Pregnancy Weekly Guide:
At the end of 36 weeks of pregnancy, your baby will be considered full term. Although he has more growing to do after that time, it might give you comfort to know that the arrival is approaching quickly.
Here’s what else is happening:
It's natural for your body to begin to slow a little as you get closer to your due date. You're now carrying a full-grown baby inside, and are continuing to adjust to loosening ligaments, swelling, and other challenges.
Braxton-Hicks contractions is the clinical term for false contractions. They were named after the British doctor John Braxton Hicks. These types of contractions might become more frequent as you edge closer to your due date. Remember, these contractions play an important role in helping your body rehearse for childbirth.
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