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46.2 cm


2383 gms

Baby Size this week: Melon

Mumma, I'm the size of a honeydew melon. In preparation for birth, I'm now upside down in your uterus.

35 Weeks Pregnant is how many months?

8 months and 3 weeks

35 Weeks Pregnant is in which trimester?

Third Trimester

How Many Weeks to Go?

7 Weeks

In this week

  • Your Ultrasound in Week 35

  • Pre-wash your baby's clothes before first use

  • Your Baby in Week 35

  • Symptoms You Might Feel in Week 35

  • Your Body & Health in Week 35

  • Your Fitness Regime in Week 35

  • Recipe for You in Week 35

Your Ultrasound in Week 35
  • This closeup shot of your baby-to-be's ear shows how fully developed his/her facial features have become.
  • He/She now looks like the newborn that you'll be welcoming into the world in a few weeks (only five more to go!).
  • Your baby is maturing on the inside too. He/she continues to practice breathing movements, which move amniotic fluid in and out of the lungs to aid in their development.

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Pre-wash your baby's clothes before first use

By now you must have gathered cute baby clothes for your newborn's first wear. Whether you choose new clothes or old ones for your newborn, make sure to wash them with a gentle laundry detergent before your little one arrives. To ensure your baby's clothes are germ-free and soft for their first wear, choose Mylo Baby Safe Wash Liquid Detergent that:

  • Removes stains & germs.
  • Keeps color & softness intact.
  • Has no harmful chemicals.

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Your Baby in Week 35
  • As most of your baby's organs are completely mature and there is not much developing or growing to do in the womb, your baby will just be kicking it about (quite literally) for the next few weeks to come. His/her only job right now is to chill like a rockstar and put on weight.
  • At week 35, your baby has already become 19 inches tall and weighs a little over two kilograms. This is very close to what his/her actual weight will be once born. Your little one just has a few more grams to gain over the next few weeks.
  • During the 35th week, the level of the amniotic fluid is the highest it has ever been and will only slowly decrease from the 37th week onwards.
  • Your baby's kidneys are now in order and they are capable of processing waste products as well.
  • As your baby is getting ready to jump out into the world, his/her kicks might seem a little too strong, and it may hurt you as well. However, this pain is common as your baby has very little room to move now.

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Symptoms You Might Feel in Week 35
  • Clumsiness : Are you waddling like a duck now? With all the body weight, balancing must be a tough task. Avoid climbing too many stairs at one go, and wear comfy flat footwear with a strong grip.
  • Occasional headaches : That shooting headache is frequent now? Get out of the house and get some fresh air. Pain relievers in moderation are okay to have, only if your doctors allow them. Meanwhile, stay relaxed all through.
  • Backache : As your uterus is on a growth spree, it shifts your center of gravity and in turn makes your abdominal muscles weak. This has an impact on your posture and this strains your back as well. Go easy and take as much rest as you can.
  • Pelvic girdle pain : This is an umbrella term for all the pain happening in regions near the pelvic area. You may find it difficult to even turn over in bed at this stage. Sex may become painful at this stage. Keep changing positions when you sit/stand for a long time. Every now and then, take a break from your chores, if you are still doing some work.
  • Skin rashes : Do you suddenly see an itchy, bumpy rash on your belly? This could be PUPPP or pruritic urticarial papules and plaques of pregnancy. Safe, natural moisturizers should keep you safe when this happens. Try not to itch often though.

Check out Mylo's solution to your skin needs

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Your Body & Health in Week 35
  • Avoid foods that encourage these annoying symptoms, and do not forget to drink lots of water.
  • Do not worry about the water retention that is making your feet swell, drink as much water as you can.
  • Like how the past few weeks have been rolling out, this week will continue to be quite the same.
  • Your breasts will keep increasing in size as they are hard at work making colostrum, and your ribs may start to ache and feel rather sore.
  • This is because of the random kicks and movements that your baby is making inside the womb.

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Your Fitness Regime in Week 35

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Recipe for You in Week 35

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