Symptoms of pregnancy in the 33rd week: The baby\’s head has \”entered the basin\” in preparation for birth

The fetal development status: The fetal skull is now very soft, and there are gaps between each skull. This is to prepare the head for smooth passage through the vagina during delivery. But the bones in other parts of the fetus\’ body have become very strong, the fetus continues to accumulate subcutaneous fat, and the skin is no longer red and wrinkled. In addition to the lungs, the development of other parts of the fetus\’s body has basically stopped. In order to move the lungs, the fetus swallows amniotic fluid and continues to do breathing exercises. If the fetus is a boy, his testicles will enter the scrotum from the abdomen. In some fetuses, one or both testicles cannot reach their normal position until after delivery. However, there is no need to worry too much if the testicles have not reached their normal position. The testicles will usually return to their original position by the time the baby is one year old. Physical changes of the pregnant mother: The pregnant mother\’s abdomen becomes bulging and hard at this time, causing the navel to protrude. The frequency of urination increases, and after urination, you will feel that there is still urine in the bladder. A small amount of urine may also flow out when coughing or sneezing, but this is normal and will disappear naturally after delivery, so there is no need to worry too much. As the delivery date approaches, the sexual desire of pregnant women decreases significantly. There are factors that increase the physical burden, but the most important reason is psychological reasons such as fear of childbirth. Sexual intercourse should be restrained as much as possible in the later stages of pregnancy, but gentle caressing is still necessary. This can confirm the love between husband and wife and help pregnant mothers reduce their psychological burden.

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