Pregnancy Week 25: Risks And Red Flags
Alert your doctor if you experience any bleeding, dizziness or pain in lower abdomen after an injury or a fall. Babies are usually snug inside the womb, but it’s always safe to rule out any complications. Between Week 28 to 36, you'll be visiting your gynac every two weeks. Wondering what will happen at these check-ups? Your gynac will follow-up on any issues that may have cropped up at the last check-up. The usual check on weight, blood pressure, swelling on ankles, hands and feet, and face.
The doctor will also ask about your baby's movements and remind you to inform if you feel the baby has become less active. Along with this, the doctor may check your baby's hearthbeat, measure the distance between the top of your uterus and your pubic bone. The doctor may also check your cervix. However, this may not happen at every visit. This is also a good time to get all your doubts on labour and delivery cleared. At this point, speak to the doctor to discuss who is going to be the pediatrician attending to your baby once you have delivered.