Third Trimester

Third Trimester of Pregnancy
Looking for help and info? This free online resource details help and information about Third Trimester. Many answers to your questions can be found in this Third Trimester of pregnancy guide. When does the Third trimester end? How long is the Third trimester? Not surprisingly, a pregnant woman has lots of questions especially about fetal development and symptoms which can be expected during the Third trimester of pregnancy.

 
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A free, online resource about the Third Trimester of Pregnancy

Third Trimester - What exactly is a trimester?
Every pregnancy is divided into three time periods, or trimesters, which are each about three months in duration and called the Third, second, and third trimesters.

First Trimester
Third Trimester
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Fetal Development and Symptoms
Check out the development phases, and possible symptoms that might be experienced during your maternity via the following link: Pregnancy Week by Week. Discover when your baby’s eyelashes are developing. By Week 31 your baby’s eyes respond to light, appears less red and wrinkled and by this time your baby might have grown a full head of hair. Labour that starts before 37 weeks is considered premature.

Third Trimester - When does the Third trimester end?
When does the Third trimester end? How long is the Third trimester? The following table provides details of the duration and time periods for each of the Trimesters of pregnancy, including the Third trimester:

 
Third Trimester - Dates of Trimesters
First TrimesterConception to 12 weeks
Second TrimesterWeek 13 - Week 28
Third TrimesterWeek 29 - Birth of Baby
Third Trimester - Dates of Trimesters

 

Third Trimester Pregnancy symptoms
From the beginning of the third trimester the baby is able to survive, with or without medical help, outside of the womb. The final weight gain takes place during the third trimester. It is the most weight gain throughout maternity period. The baby grows the most rapidly during the third trimester pregnancy stage and can gain up to 28g per day. The weight gain shows in the size of your belly! The shape of your belly changes as the belly drops due to the baby turning in a downward position ready for birth. Your belly will drop down quite low and you will be able to lift your belly up and down! Symptoms during the third trimester include the navel sometimes becoming convex and "popping" out due to the expanding abdomen. Other symptoms include weak bladder control, heartburn and back-ache.

Flying during the Third Trimester
One of the most common questions asked by pregnant women is can you fly during Third trimester? Obstetricians and Gynaecologists recommend that women don’t fly after their 36th week of pregnancy and some airlines have there own restrictions, so it's worth checking these and also checking that your medical insurance covers all eventualities which may occur if you fly. Always veer on the side of caution. It is always a good idea to discuss your travel plans with your doctor before you fly.

Third Trimester
The contents of this section provides facts, definitions and helpful information for pregnant women. The start, the various signs and symptoms and development phases.

  • Early stages
  • Development phases Third trimester
  • Fetal development
  • Helpful Information
  • Pregnancy Symptoms
  • Flying during the Third Trimester

The Third Trimester is for educational purposes
Discover exactly how your body is adapting and how your baby is growing and developing via the information found on this page have been of help. The information is for educational purposes only and for specific medical advice, diagnosis, and treatment please consult your doctor.

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