37 Weeks Pregnant



Now that you’re 37 weeks pregnant, your due date is close, and you can’t wait to take your baby in your arms. At 37 weeks, your pregnancy can be termed ‘early term’. Most of your baby’s organs have matured, and your little one can survive the outside world without any difficulty. But your baby is still developing and honing some important skills like swallowing and sucking. Plus, the onset of labour is likely to happen around 37 weeks of pregnancy. So, being aware of the signs of labour can help you figure out when it’s ‘The Time.’

Watch the video till the end to know how much he has developed and what’s left, and how to spot when you are ready for your labour. It’s also common to have anxiety, so don’t forget to do meditation and calm your nerves.

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