See what symptoms you can expect for your 34th week of pregnancy
You may suffer from insomnia at this point. Even though you are incredibly tired, you may find it hard to sleep, or that you wake up numerous times during the night. You may have trouble sleeping because of physical discomfort caused by your bump or you can’t switch off mentally as you’re thinking about your new baby! Try and develop a winding down routine before bed, that doesn’t involve TV as that will over-stimulate your brain. Try a nice bath, with lavender oil to help you feel sleepy. Also try drinking a milky drink. Propping pillows under your bump may also make your feel more comfortable.Your bellybutton will also change during pregnancy! You may start with a concave shape, and then by mid-pregnancy it is likely to turn flat. In these latter stages of pregnancy however, your growing abdomen will push your bellybutton out giving you an ‘outie’! If you have a piercing on your navel, it would be more comfortable if you took it off during your pregnancy.
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