Pregnancy Week 31


40 - 42 cm in length, 1500 g in weight. The brain continues to maturate. Nerve cells continue to be produced. Bone development is accelerated.

Production of surfactant in the lungs is rapidly increased. The subcutaneously collected fat layer converts the skin color into newborn color. The baby moves more according to some sounds from outside.


Due to the growing womb, breathing becomes difficult. Gastric complaints continue. If you do not drink milk, a bowl of yoghurt instead of it compensates calcium need that is required for development of your baby's tooth and bone. False labor pains have begun. They are irregular, transient pains. If they are regular and often, if there is bleeding, if water breaks, definitely call your doctor. Follow your baby's mobility. If it decreases, call your doctor.