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When you are 33 weeks pregnant, you may have added between 22 and 28 pounds to your pre-pregnancy weight. You will now be gaining about a pound a week, but roughly half of each pound is going to your baby. Between now and delivery, your baby will gain more than half of its birth weight. Now that you're 33 weeks pregnant, your baby may have a full head of hair. Many babies have already moved into position for delivery at this stage of pregnancy.

33 Weeks Pregnant: An Overview

You are 33 weeks pregnant! Just think … only eight weeks until you have your bundle of joy in your arms! During week 33 of pregnancy, you may be noticing that you are growing out of your maternity clothes. This is normal -- most women end up going through a couple different sets of maternity clothes throughout their pregnancy.
 
When you're 33 weeks pregnant, your baby measures about 12 inches from crown to rump and weighs about 4.4 pounds.
 
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