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When you are 29 weeks pregnant, your baby should be moving vigorously -- at least 10 times an hour. At this point in your pregnancy, your baby is also continuing to become more sensitive to sounds, tastes, and smells. By the time you are 29 weeks pregnant, you may be experiencing pelvic pain, heartburn, and shortness of breath.

29 Weeks Pregnant: An Overview

Now you're 29 weeks pregnant -- only 12 more weeks to go.
 
As you embark on the final months of your pregnancy, expect to put on at least 10 more pounds. One thing to keep in mind when looking for parking spots is to make sure to have a little extra room on your side. At 29 weeks pregnant, there is no more slipping quickly in or out of the car. You may have already learned that you need to have the car door completely open so that you can get out. You may even need a little help from your partner.
 
At 29 weeks pregnant, your baby is about 10.5 inches in length from crown to rump and weighs about 2 pounds, 12 ounces.
 
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