What To Expect At Week 26

What to Expect At Week 26

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It is a network of nerves as your baby’s ears are better developed and more sensitive than in the past. They may now be able to hear both your voice and your partner’s as you chat with each other. They breathe in and breathe out small amounts of amniotic fluid, which is essential for the development of their lungs. These so-called breathing movements are also good practice for when the baby is born and takes that first gulp of air. He continues to put on baby fat. If you have a boy, his testicles are beginning to descend into his scrotum, a trip that can take up to two to three days. You may notice that at this stage of your pregnancy, you will get constipated. You can try the following ideas to get things moving: Listen to your body and when you feel the urge to expell it, act on it. To keep it can cause your stool to dry out, which will make the problem worse. Eat plenty of fibre-rich foods, like whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables. Fruit juices, especially prune juice, can also help. Drink a lot of water (at least six to eight glasses a day).

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