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By the time you're 35 weeks pregnant, you've probably added between 24 and 29 pounds to your pre-pregnancy weight. Your baby probably weighs more than 5.5 pounds, and his or her lungs are almost fully developed at this point. At 35 weeks pregnant, you may have trouble sleeping; you may also experience more discomfort from hemorrhoids around week 35 of pregnancy.

35 Weeks Pregnant: An Overview

You are 35 weeks pregnant. By now, the clock is ticking, and you are more than likely ready as ever to go! Try to take this time and relax and enjoy the quiet time you have with your partner. It will be awhile before you experience it again. Your new baby will change your lives -- in a wonderful way, but it will definitely be different than it has been with just the two of you.
A fact about week 35 of pregnancy: Babies who are born during this week or after have a 99 percent chance of survival.
At 35 weeks pregnant, your baby now measures about 12 inches from crown to rump and likely weighs more than 5.5 pounds.
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