At this point, the surface of your baby’s brain starts to wrinkle. These wrinkles are known as convolutions and they are there to hold more brain cells. Not only that, but your baby is now capable of holding something. The hands of your baby are now fully formed and their fingernails are growing. You can also see your baby grabbing something during your next ultrasound.
Baby Bump Is Expanding
During the 30th Week of Pregnancy, your belly is increasing its size. This means that your baby is getting bigger every day. Also, your baby is now around 3 pounds heavy, this weight is the average. Your baby could be heavier or lighter than this weight.
According to doctors and experts, your baby will be getting around half a pound per week for the next 7 weeks.
How Many Months Are 30 Weeks Pregnant
If you are 30 weeks pregnant, you are already in the 7th month of your pregnancy. This means that there are only 2 months left until that little one in your belly enters this world and plays with you along with your family members.
At this point of pregnancy, your baby’s bone marrow has completely taken overproduction of red blood cells. This is a good thing because once your baby enters this world in 2 months, they will be capable of thriving on their own.
30 Weeks Pregnant Symptoms
By the 30th week of your pregnancy, you are capable of experiencing such symptoms:
- Trouble sleeping
- Back pain
- Larger feet
- Mood swings
- Feeling tired all the time
- Increased hunger
- Larger breasts
Backache is a common ailment during pregnancy and it typically worsens during the third trimester, especially when you start to gain more weight caused by the increase of your baby size.
There are 10 weeks left until that baby comes to this world, so make sure that you do everything you can to ease the pain. Here are some things that you can do to control this:
- Get prescription pain meds from your doctor
- Try to stretch
- Breathe properly
- Go on daily walks
- Rest properly
- Keep a proper posture
When To Call The Doctor?
There are some things that can happen during this period, so it is important for you to stay alert all the time.
Here are some things you need to watch out for:
- Contraction pains
- Growing stomach pain
- Growing pelvis pain
- Braxton-Hicks contractions
- Labor pain
- Vaginal bleeding
- Fluid leakage
These are 7 of the most important things to watch out for this week. Consult a doctor if you have them, you want to play safe and you want to make sure you and your baby are alright.
Note: Please consult your doctor ahead of this week and know the complications that are associated with pregnancy.