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With every passing week, your womb and your baby are growing in size. Looking at the mirror must be very satisfying and full of dreams. Your baby is excited too to come out of your womb. You would be surprised to know that the body of your baby is now completely covered with very fine hair called lanugo. These hairs will shed on their own after birth. Baby also begin to get into their sleeping patterns. They also start accumulating the body fat (brown fat) which ensure heat and energy as required.
Now as the days pass, there can be more of discomfort that can cause some symptoms like:
Exercise and physical activity:
The most frequently asked question during mid-way pregnancy is that if running is safe or not? So, the answer is to be slow as your center of gravity is shifting, and your bump is growing larger, this may change your sense of balance, and leaves you vulnerable to slips and falls. Try to run slowly in plain pavement to avoid any kind of causality. If you are not regular runner, then avoid doing it now .
Things to do this week