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Pregnancy Week 36

Now the uterus is in its highest position, as soon as you get more breathing space. And regardless, you can really start the countdown to your new life.

The fetus in week 36

The fetus is now 34 weeks old. It is about irka 44 centimeters long and weigh around 2800 grams - on average of course. Both the weight and the length of newborn babies vary.

Pregnancy Week 36

The fetus has now collapsed in the fetal position inside the uterus. However, you can feel its movements as often as before. And these movements can be stronger and more determined. If you or your partner feels on the outside, you can feel the contours of body parts such as the head, buttocks, arms and legs.

The fetal skin now smooths out and looks pale pink as the blood vessels close to the skin. It pauses 30 ml of urine per hour.

Already at the beginning of next week it would no longer count as premature birth if the baby arrives.

Being pregnant in week 36

Many pregnant women have difficulty breathing, pain under the chest and problems with digestion around week 36. It has natural causes. The uterus is usually in its highest position, usually just below the sternum. It increases the pressure on both the chest and the ribs. The consolation is that the uterus and stomach will soon subside.

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If you have pregnancy control this week, midwives and doctors will check how the fetus is in your stomach. If there is a suspicion of sitting position - that is, the fetus lies with the buttocks to the cervix - you will probably be referred to an ultrasound examination.

Good tips for week 36

Keep a close eye on your own health, and pay particular attention to if you have symptoms of pregnancy poisoning. If you experience flickering of the eyes, double aches, headaches or nausea, that hands, feet or face suddenly swell, or pain under the ribs, you should contact your doctor or midwife as soon as possible!

Otherwise, you should take the time to talk. It is safe and pleasant to know that the partner knows and understands what you are feeling - and that understanding is mutual. There are great things you are waiting for, both at birth and not least everything that happens afterwards.

Choosing or not choosing abortion

This is information for those who are considering aborting or completing the pregnancy.

Abortion or continued pregnancy

This is information for those who are considering aborting or completing the pregnancy.

The Abortion Act gives the right to request an abortion before the end of the 18th week of pregnancy. After the end of the 18th week, the application must be made to the National Board of Health and Welfare. You can get more information on this at the abortion reception. One can turn directly to the hospital or clinic where the abortion is to be performed to make an appointment. The doctor or midwife will inform you about how the procedure is being performed and about any complications. You also have the right to contact the curator and information about what support you can get if you choose to complete the pregnancy. No one needs to justify their choice and you choose yourself if you want guidance or advice.

Deciding whether to complete or cancel the pregnancy can sometimes be difficult. It may be good to talk to someone about the situation, such as someone in the family, a friend or curator.

Information about abortion can also be obtained at youth clinics and at RFSU (National Association for Sexual Information).

Abortion Method

Today it is possible to choose between medical and surgical abortion up to week twelve. Thereafter all abortions are done by medical method. Medical abortion has become the most widely used method and in 2017 accounted for 95.5% of all abortions, this even the ninth week of pregnancy.

Medical abortion can be partially performed at home if it occurs before the ninth week of pregnancy or with a few hours of hospitalization if the treatment is performed between the ninth and twelfth week of pregnancy. After the twelfth week of pregnancy, you may need to stay a little longer at the hospital. Surgical abortion requires hospitalization for a few hours, up to a day.


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