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25 weeks pregnant

25 Weeks

You are officially 6 and a half months pregnant!

Meaning that the most common and pesky pregnancy symptoms are probably in full swing. Think back aches, frequent urination, and hemmoriods.

We’re covering how to help with these and more on what’s going on with baby below. 

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Baby In Action at 25 Weeks

Baby officialy knows which way is up and which way is down. Speaking ot down, baby may have now flipped to the head down position. If he or she has not, no worries, they’ve still got time to make the flip!

Baby’s hair is starting to receive it’s pigment and texture. His or her lungs are still making some bring preperations for the outside world and will continue to over the next months.

Baby’s skin is also now starting to turn a pinkish color due to his or her veins starting to fill with blood. 

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Baby Size at 25 Weeks

Your little nugget is weighing in at about a pound and a half and 13-14.5 inches long. Your baby is the size of a cauliflower. 

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Your Body at 25 Weeks

Here are some of the most common symptoms you may be experiencing at 25 weeks pregnant:

Hip pain. Consider investing in a body pillow if you are having trouble sleeping.

Hemmioriods. Sorry mama. We know they suck. The good new is there are ways to reduce the pain from these swollen veins. Witch hazel wipes are a great option and will come in handy after birth if you experience any tearing.

Back Aches. Especially in your lower back. A good maternity belt with help with this. 

Keep reading to see what the coming weeks bring!

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