Twenty-third week of pregnancy
You are in the middle of the second trimester of pregnancy and the sixth month. This is the period when you may most frequently experience preparatory contractions.
In this article
- How the child grows
- Symptoms of the 23 week of pregnancy
- Photo Ultrasound twenty-third week of pregnancy
- How mom's body changes
- Contractions of Braxton-hicks
- Interesting facts about the 23rd week of pregnancy
- Twenty-third week of pregnancy video
- Weeks of pregnancy
How the child grows
In this 23rd week of pregnancy the baby sleep a lot and has less and less space to move. However, he moves a lot, he makes between 20 and 60 movements every half hour.
His brain structure is developing more and more: they are being produced 250 divisions of nerve cells per minute.
Size 27 centimeters and weighs about 430 grams. From this week the dental gems.
Her skin is still very wrinkled and wrinkled and is protected from fluff from dehydration. He sucks his thumb and drinks amniotic fluid which contains sugars and valuable nutrients.
The unborn child, now resembling a miniature human being, is doubling its weight this month. The eyelids open and close.11 PHOTOS
Development of the fetus | PHOTO
Development of the fetus | How the fetus grows in 40 weeks of pregnancy
Symptoms of the 23 week of pregnancy
You may have some problem with sonno, it is normal because hormonal changes and small anxieties play their part. If insomnia becomes a serious problem, talk to your doctor who can prescribe some products that will help you sleep, relax and rest.
Try to change your habits and use some strategy to encourage sonno: do not drink too much before going to bed. Drinking a ton of water in the evening means getting up and peeing just as you are about to fall asleep. To avoid this, it would be good to stock up on fluids especially in the morning and afternoon, drink only when you are thirsty at night to prevent dehydration.
They will also help you 10-20 exercises of Kegel every day to strengthen the bladder walls, so you don't have to pee as often. Do not sleep too much during the day, reduce your consumption of caffeine in the late afternoon and do not use PCs and electronic devices in the evening.
You may often have the shortness of breath, this is because the baby requires more and more oxygen.
Photo Ultrasound twenty-third week of pregnancy
How mom's body changes
Il breast it can be painful because it is slowly preparing for breastfeeding.
La thyroid she is overactive and this can lead to a rise in temperature. Your heart beats faster and you can sweat more than usual.
Select Abit light maternity wear, in natural fibers, which promote perspiration. Dress "onion" so you can lighten up when you feel the need.
Le gums they can be a little sore and can sometimes bleed - schedule a visit to the dentist.
Contractions of Braxton-hicks
This XNUMXrd week of pregnancy is the time when Braxton Hicks contractions, painless contractions that massage the baby at regular intervals, can be most pronounced. Contractions are used by the uterus to train, to prepare for its enlargement and to adapt to the needs of the fetus and to prepare for childbirth
What makes them unleash? Swelling of the uterus, baby's first movements, intestinal disturbances (diarrhea or constipation) or overexertion.
If it comes to sporadic episodes there is usually no reason to worry. However, it is advisable to always notify your gynecologist describing exactly the symptoms and the frequency with which the contractions are felt, especially if accompanied by even slight blood loss.Read also: Contractions how to recognize them
Interesting facts about the 23rd week of pregnancy
Do you know that the chocolate Does it contain caffeine and theobromine, two stimulants that can increase insomnia problems? This doesn't mean you shouldn't eat chocolate but avoid consuming it in the late afternoon and before bed.
Twenty-third week of pregnancy video
Weeks of pregnancy
If you want to know more about the others 40 weeks of pregnancy, created a nine-month calendar with advice on health, nutrition and tests to be done during the 40 weeks. You will also be able to find out about the changes in the mother's body, how the baby bump grows and how the fetus develops.
- Pregnancy Week Calendar
- The midwife's advice for 40 weeks of pregnancy
- Pregnancy video from conception to birth
- Pictures of pregnancy week by week
- Exams to do in pregnancy