My Pregnancy Week 32

Pregnancy Week 32

Your baby continues to grow and develop inside of you. Measuring roughly 16.5 inches long, she now weighs about 4 1/2 pounds! And from this week, until two weeks before birth, she will gain about a half-pound each week. She is sleeping approximately 90 to 95 percent of the day.

Most of his wrinkles are disappearing, especially on his face, as more fat is deposited under his skin. His hair is becoming thicker with each passing week, and you may even be able to see it on an ultrasound! He will also begin to settle in the head-down position, as his birth is fast approaching.

If you are having multiples, your babies are slowing down in the weight gaining department. They are becoming very cramped for space now.

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My Pregnancy Week 32

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  1. Profile photo of dalemesha dalemesha says:

    32 weeks today truly a blessing.. this is our first and we are excited to see little man..enjoy these last kicks and pushes ladies lol soon your be holding your bundle of joy…so excited!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Profile photo of Shantell Shantell says:

    I’m 32 weeks today with my 2nd daughter and I am tired! I don’t remember being this tired or miserable with my 1st pregnancy. They are very right when they say each pregnancy is different.

  3. Profile photo of Ashanti Ashanti says:

    We r 32weeks with our 3rd child. Can’t wait for her 2 receive her
    eviction papers LOL. Tired of the waddle. I can’t wait 2 meet princess Adore. An Congrats 2 u all. Hope everything works out 4 u all :).

  4. Profile photo of Jen Jen says:

    im 32 weeks ill be 33 weeks on saturday..my mom & my neighbor have noticed the baby has dropped a little bit..should I be concerned/call my doctor??

  5. Profile photo of Pamela Pamela says:

    yes 8 more weeks and my son will be here:) very excited

  6. Profile photo of Pamela Pamela says:

    try downloading a application is called rela melodies it helps me get a goodnight sleep

  7. Profile photo of briana briana says:

    babys grow fast and they are getting croweded by the weeks

  8. Profile photo of ROBYN ROBYN says:

    yes u can have a natural birth after a c-section!! i did it, u should find out y the dr is saying that.

  9. Profile photo of megan megan says:

    The biggest thing i’ve discovered has helped me is having a pillow between my knees then laying on my left side with a pillow under my belly. I’m a belly sleeper so doing that helps me get as comfortable as i can without actually laying on my belly.

  10. Profile photo of Grace Grace says:

    thats what i told my first doctor, they wanted to argue with me, but i hadn’t had sex when they were saying the due date would be, so i stayed strong and she came out in her own time… just fine

  11. Profile photo of Grace Grace says:

    i recently read something about women now being able to have a natural both after C-section children ….

  12. Profile photo of McKenzie McKenzie says:

    So this would be the point where the pregnancy is just about over.

  13. Profile photo of Newmama53 Newmama53 says:

    I am 32 weeks also. I am so excited, nervous, and impatient at times to meet our Chloe Dawn. I really had bad rough first pregnancy not all normal symptoms just passing out and winding up in the hospital a few times. I didn’t get nauseous or have turned down food in fact eating a lot. No pacific craving either.

  14. Does anyone have tips on how to get a good nights sleep. Im at 32 wks, and my first pregnancy. I just cant seem to sleep well, or wake up to the baby kicking.

  15. Profile photo of aliz02893 aliz02893 says:

    mine is going the same way. I am 32 on my 6th kid and the contractions I am having are so strong I am convinced that it’s time, and they stop. It’s scary and frustrating too!

  16. Profile photo of Lisa Lisa says:

    I’m having trouble knowing the difference between Braxton Hicks and the real thing. I have a history of preterm labor. I had my son at 29 weeks and my twin girls at 32 weeks. 32 weeks is where I am now. I’m very nervous. I’m trying to pay attention to the pressure and pain that I’m feeling. Which has been pretty strong at times and I have had about 3 in a hour but then it slows down to not as many but still more then I’ve been having. It’s confuses me.

  17. Profile photo of love101 love101 says:

    The closer I get to my due date the more nurvice I get and I only go 8 weeks left

  18. Profile photo of Angel Angel says:

    less than 8 more weeks to go Angel can you believe it

  19. Profile photo of Yahaira Yahaira says:

    I can’t wait to meet my little girl my son, husband and I are verry exited!!

  20. Profile photo of Yahaira Yahaira says:

    My doctoralready schedule a c-section date for me since my first son was a c-sacetion too i dont have a choice with this one to go natural i wish i did!!

  21. Profile photo of Joshuas Joshuas says:

    my doctor told me that when im 38-39 weeks and i have not gave birth naturally that I would have to go get induced. since they saying all of my sons development looks two weeks more advanced than how many weeks i am in my pregnancy.

  22. Profile photo of Bryenna Bryenna says:

    My doctor told me that if I don’t deliver with in a week of my due date, I will have to have a c-section. I’m not to entirly comfortable with that. By baby will come when she is good and ready.

  23. Profile photo of Shayla Shayla says:

    Not all doctors are saying that. I had 3 natural births and then my son decided to be a booger and was breach so he was delivered c-section. I am due to have my second son here in 8 wks and from the beginning of the pregnancy my doctor told me I was able to have a natural birth.

  24. Profile photo of Teresa Teresa says:

    I think it’s really sad that this entire article is about C-sections. It seems to be the thing for doctors to do. Birth isn’t ment to be planned & a C-section should be a last resort in the case of a emergency. Futhermore, I think it’s sad that doctors are telling mothers they have no choice but to have a C-section if they have had one prior. Where’s the honesty?

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