Pregnancy Week 36: Signs And Symptoms
As your baby’s head fixes into the pelvis, you’ll feel your abdomen sinking lower. This will reduce the pressure in your upper abdomen, thus allowing you to breathe better and bring back your appetite. However, the pressure in the lower abdomen will cause you to waddle and make you use the bathroom more frequently.
In case your Braxton Hicks contractions get more frequent now. Make sure you get the signs of labor reviewed with your doctor.
You must call your doctor right away if you notice a decrease in your baby's activity or think you're leaking amniotic fluid, or you experience any vaginal bleeding, fever, a severe or persistent headache, constant abdominal pain, or vision changes.