33 weeks

Everything You Need To Know About 33 Weeks Pregnancy | Week by Week

Overview For This Week

The plates of bone in your child’s skull are still pliable and this is actually good for you because it will help them squeeze down the birth canal during the process of birth. Also during this week, your baby is now drinking up to a pint of amniotic fluid. This is happening because the body of your baby is preparing the gastrointestinal system.

The Kicks Are Getting Stronger

Because your baby is getting big and bigger day by day, you will start to notice that their kicks are getting stronger and stronger. This is a good thing to experience and you should not be worried about them.

Baby Is Getting Bigger

This week, your baby is pretty big. According to average numbers, your baby is anywhere around 16 and 17 inches long. They are around 4.5 pounds heavy this week and will be gaining around .5 pounds per week.

How Many Months Are 33 Weeks Pregnant?

If you are 33 weeks pregnant, you are in the 8th month of your pregnancy. This means that there is only 1 month left until that baby arrives in the real world.

The Fetal Immune System Is Developing

Your baby is now developing its own immune system. Antibodies are being passed from you to your little one and their system is getting stronger and stronger. This will help your baby a lot when they get out of the womb.33 weeks

33 Weeks Pregnant Symptoms

No matter which week you are in, you will be feeling some strange Movement and Symptoms happening in your body. These changes are normal and they are brought in by pregnancy.

Here are some of the most common symptoms that you will be experiencing this week:

  • Constipation
  • Gastric problems
  • Back pain
  • Swelling of the ankles
  • Swelling of the feet
  • Difficulty in sleeping
  • Heartburn
  • Braxton-Hicks Contractions
  • Shortness of breath

When To Call The Doctor

At this point in pregnancy, you will be meeting with your doctor more than you did before. So it is important for you and your family to make sure you are asking all the questions that are bothering you during this pregnancy.

Make sure you ask all the complicated questions and you know what to do in case something unfortunate happens.

If you are experiencing:

  • Early labor
  • Shortness of breath
  • Decreased fetal movement
  • High heart rate with pain in the chest

You want to call the doctors right away.