If you haven't thought about writing your birth plan yet,
it's time to start thinking about it. A birth plan is your way
of letting your OB know your preferences and desires for how
you wish your delivery to go in ideal circumstances. You can
also discuss your feelings about any complications that may
arise. It's simply a guide or an outline for your birth. Keep
in mind that you will need to consider the facilities you are
birthing in as well as the possibility that if a problem arises
you may need to change plans. You need to discuss your birthplan
with your partner your doctor or midwife, and any other person,
such as a doula, that may be present at the time of labor. Have
a copy put with your medical records, and also bring a copy with
you to the hospital for your partner to refer to if necessary.
Your uterus is probably 3.5 - 4 inches above your navel, and on
average, have gained between 20-24 pounds.
Baby now takes up most of the space in your uterus.
His eyelashes and eyebrows are fully grown, and he has
hair on his head, which is still growing. He can
open and shut his eyes, and is beginning to start to
focus them. He weighs about 2.5 pounds, and is 15 inches
Disclaimer - Each pregnancy, expectant mother, and unborn child is different. Your pregnancy may not progress the same as the information found here. The information here is based on the average pregnancy. It's not meant to be a replacement for any advice your may receive from your doctor. If you have any concerns about your pregnancy, we advise you to contact your doctor.