33 weeks pregnant
Your baby is probably head-down in your uterus - although he may continue to change position - and his skull bones are still pliable to help him ease through the birth canal. A few babies remain breech and may need extra care during delivery. Mild, irregular contractions known as Braxton Hicks (practice contractions) may become more noticeable as the days go by.
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• Read more about being 33 weeks pregnant.
note : kalau tgk kat gambar tu, baby dah besar kan..
owhh..tak sabar nye...dbar2 pun ade...huhu
♥ honey ♥