Third Trimester

Newborn Stem Cell

Third Trimester

7-9 Months​

Experience the first “blink”

Baby is about 10-12 inches long
Baby weighs around 700 to 900 g
Baby is active and changes its position often
Baby can blink now
The baby now uses the four senses of vision, hearing, taste and touch


Experience the baby’s “Reaction”

The baby is about 14-16 inches long and weighs around 1.5 to 1.8kg
The baby’s skin has fewer wrinkles as a layer of fat starts to form under the skin
Between now and delivery, your baby will gain up to half the birth weight
Baby has probably turned head-down in preparation for birth
Baby may react to noises with a more pronounced movement

Experience Talk with Baby

“Experience”your moment of joy

Baby is about 17-18 inches long and weighs around 2.5 to 3 kg
The brain has been developing rapidly&lungs are nearly fully developed
Baby’s movement slows down due to lack of room
The baby is ready to experience the outside world


Exercise During Third Trimester

As your pregnancy progresses, the extra weight & its distribution can place stress on your joint & muscles, especially in the lower back and pelvis. Women might also have problems with circulation, causing leg cramps and dizziness. Adapt your exercise regimen accordingly in the third trimester, depending on how you feel, you may need to switch to low-impact activities, such as walking, swimming & indoor cycling

keep doing your pelvic floor exercise (kegel’s Exercise)

Avoid doing over stretching

Remember when not to exercise:

If you have pregnancy-induced high blood pressure

If you have asthma


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