27 Weeks Pregnant: Baby Weight, Symptoms, Baby Size, Movement, Food to Eat

27th Week Pregnancy Highlights

Blinking Eyes!

Your baby can now open eyes and will react instantly if you shine a torchlight on your belly!

Try Kegel Exercises

Exercises With a big belly. keeping a control on urine leakage might get difficult. especially when you laugh or sneeze. Kegel exercises help you regain control of your bladder.

Pregnancy Milestone

At week 27, you’re in the sixth month!

Your Baby’s Development
During Week 27

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Week 27
Baby’s Growth

weight (lbs)

875 g.

Length (cm)

36.6 cm.

Approximate size

Papaya

How Big is Baby?

This week, your baby grows tall and gains more weight as a part of its healthy development. At the end of Week 27, your little one is more likely to grow an entire inch long and measure around 14 inches. The light sensitive region of the eye, retina, and the taste buds develop inside the baby. Now your baby knows how to suck his/her thumb and might have experienced hiccups already. Unlike us, the baby doesn't make noise as he/she is breathing amniotic fluid instead of air but you can feel a little jump when he/she experiences hiccups. The brain has fully developed and this week, the fine tuning happens at a fast pace.

Baby’s Length: 36.6 cm.

Baby’s Weight: 875 g.

Mother’s Changing Body:
What to Expect

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Your body might undergo various changes like weight gain, enlarged belly and increased size of breasts.

You may experience increased appetite as the body requires more energy to support the development of the baby.

Practice breathing techniques and yoga poses to strengthen your muscles and prepare for the big day (delivery day).

27th Week Pregnancy Symptoms

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Pregnancy Tips for Week 27

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  • If you are finding it hard to wear shoes, try sandals or shoes with loose buckles to adjust according to the size of the swollen legs.
  • Take an appointment with your dentist and follow regular oral hygiene to treat bleeding gums and avoid any further dental problems.
  • It is time to finalize the hospital for your delivery and work on your birth plan, if you intend to have one.
  • Little shopping, walking and grooming sessions for baby showers aren't a problem but do not stress yourself.

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