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Your Pregnancy Weekly Guide:
When you're 37 weeks pregnant, you have a reason to celebrate: Your baby is considered full term. These are a few changes she experiences:
The last few weeks of your pregnancy are an exciting time. But this also could lead to the occasional sleepless night. To help make sure your nutrition is helping you get a good night’s sleep, rather than preventing it, here are some tips:
Starting now and in the weeks to follow, you might find that you can breathe easier. You also might begin to notice some big changes in your body:
During your 37th week of pregnancy, you, your partner, your baby, and your physician are making final preparations for your baby's arrival. Your physician sees you once a week until labor and delivery. Week 37 is a good time to finalize the details of your birth plan and to take time to relax.
Your weekly exam likely will include:
Take time at this visit to speak with your physician about your questions or concerns, such as:
Between weekly appointments, call your physician immediately if you experience vaginal bleeding or greenish-brown discharge; constant, severe abdominal pain; or decreased baby movement.
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