25 Weeks Pregnant: Baby Weight, Symptoms, Baby Size, Movement, What to Expect

25th Week Pregnancy Highlights

Digest This!

Your baby's digestive tract will now become active with it's wave-like movements. While there's still no food for your baby to digest, it serves as a post-birth practice.

Crazy Cravings...And Whatnot!

The pregnancy hormones will have a field day as you go from weird cravings at one moment to equally weird aversions the next moment.

Pregnancy Milestone

At week 25, you’re in the sixth month!

Your Baby’s Development
During Week 25

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Week 25
Baby’s Growth

weight (lbs)

660 g.

Length (cm)

34.6 cm.

Approximate size

Acorn Squash (fruit)

How Big is Baby?

This week, your baby will be busy preparing the organs required for breathing. This nearly 35 cm cutie has small blood vessels formed in the lungs and all over the body; all these contribute to the breathing process. The lungs require maturity which will develop in the coming months. By this week, your sweetie pie has developed a sleep-play routine; playing for a while by performing somersaults and wriggling followed by a nap to recover.

Baby’s Length: 34.6 cm.

Baby’s Weight: 660 g.

Mother’s Changing Body:
What to Expect

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The 7th month of pregnancy - the time where you might get busy with the baby shower dates and invites.

This week, the tummy might look more like a football for most women and it will continue to grow a little more in the coming months.

25th Week Pregnancy Symptoms

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Pregnancy Tips for Week 25

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  • You need to increase your fiber intake and try to have plenty of fluids which will avoid constipation.
  • Perform pelvic floor exercise and do not strain during bowel movement which may help in controlling haemorrhoids.
  • Follow a healthy sleep posture of lying on the left side rather than flat on your back as your uterus may compress the blood vessels required for the baby's nourishment.
  • Do not overload yourself with too many responsibilities because your fuzzy pregnancy brain needs some rest and so does your body. If the work is overwhelming, take a break.

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