7 Months Pregnant

During the 7 month of pregnancy, you enter the 28th week, which is the beginning of the third trimester of your pregnancy. This month, you and your baby are expected to experience significant changes. As a mother-to-be, you might experience more and more discomfort with each passing day; however, it will also be an exceptional feeling as you will be treated with great care by your near and dear ones. These 7 months pregnancy symptoms may seem different, but they should not be afraid of, rather handled calmly.

To help you make the most out of this phase of motherhood, we have put together a list of symptoms, precautions, and 7 months pregnancy belly care that you can refer to and be more prepared for this incredible journey.

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