Your baby is entering his "finishing period" once you're 33 weeks pregnant. Your baby is the size of a pineapple. Lanugo , the fine hair that covered her entire body and helped keep her warm as she developed, is starting to disappear, but there might still be patches of it on her shoulders and back. Your baby doesn't have much elbow room these days — and, happily, that's probably going to mean fewer elbow jabs to the ribs for you.
What Does a Baby Look in the Womb at 33 Weeks?
33 Weeks Pregnant - Your baby responds to your pokes!
View video transcript. He seems like a relative heavy weight at four and a half pounds, but remember, he could double that weight in the coming weeks. Still playing a crucial role is the amniotic fluid that surrounds your floating baby. Until now, there was more amniotic fluid than actual baby in your womb, a ratio that created a cushion between you and your little boxer. The result?
33 Weeks Pregnant
At 33 weeks, you are well into your third trimester of pregnancy. The excitement is building, but so is the discomfort. Fortunately, you have less than two months until you reach the week mark. Chances are high you are even feeling a few kicks from your baby, whose rapidly developing body is almost ready for the outside world.
When you are 33 weeks pregnant , your baby is starting to be able to regulate his or her body temperature. The subcutaneous fat is building up. If you were to give birth now, your baby would have excellent chances to survive and thrive. For mom, the subcutaneous fat may be building up too! Maybe not what you wish for, but normal.