Pregnancy progress at 39 weeks

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This article was written by Alex Brooks for Kidspot, Australia’s best pregnancy resource.
Intrauterine growth of live-born Caucasian infants at sea level: Standards obtained from measurements in 7 dimensions of infants born between 25 and 44 weeks of gestation.

39 weeks: Your baby is about the size of a mini-watermelonHow your life's changingAt each of your now-weekly visits, your caregiver will do an abdominal exam to check your baby's growth and position.
If you go past your due date, your caregiver will schedule you for fetal testing (usually a sonogram) after 40 weeks to ensure that it's safe to continue the pregnancy.
Within the first week or two of giving birth, many new moms experience the "baby blues." You may find yourself moody and weepy, exhausted, unable to sleep, or feeling trapped or anxious.
Talking to friends, relatives, and other new moms about your birth experience and life with a newborn can help you cope.This week's activityIf you're planning to breastfeed and haven't bought nursing bras yet, now is the time.

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