Development of Infant Age 8 Months
Development of Infant Age 8 Months – All the senses in the fetus has begun to function. Fetal movements begin to feel clear. The fetus is perfectly formed and the head position is under (cephalic). The lungs are perfect and the placenta reaches maturity.
The fetus’s current length is about 45-50 cm and weighs 1.8 kg. With such length, it is normal if the amniotic sac (amnion) begin to feel narrow. The amniotic fluid will reach the optimum volume, and then it will subside.
When the fetus reaches 33 weeks, the fingernails will begin to grow. Eyelids that have been able to open and close have been overgrown with eyelashes. The oxygen needed by the fetus is still supplied by the mother because the fetus has not been able to breathe completely (the lungs and kidneys have not functioned perfectly).
At this time, fetal activity has begun to learn a simple language, the voice of the mother and the people around him. if the mother often read stories to the fetus, then after birth, the fetus will easily fall asleep when reading the same story as the lullabies.
This month, the development of the fetal brain continues to grow rapidly, and the brain functions in delivering better nerve stimulation. In the eighth month, the activity of the fetus has begun to adjust to her mother’s activities. The fetus will do much activity during the day, and at night he will rest.
Development of Janin Week 29th
The position of the fetus at this point prepares itself for a birth position with the head downward. Fat tissue continues to form. It weighs about 1250 grams with an average length of 37 cm. Premature birth should be cautioned because it generally increases the delay of physical and mental development.
When born this week, he was able to breathe through with difficulty. He can cry, though still sounds soft. Ability to survive for life was still thin because the lung development is not perfect. Although with good care and coordinated with other related experts, the chances of living a premature baby was quite large.
Fetal Development Week 30th
It weighs up to 1400 grams and a 38 cm long range. The top of the uterus, which is about 10 cm above the navel increases the discomfort, especially in the pelvis and abdomen as the pregnancy increases. Divide happiness when you feel your child’s movements by asking her to touch your stomach.
Start a fine throb, kick/kick until fast motion twist that causes pain. Active movement is not impossible to form nodes. When to form a dead node would be very dangerous because the supply of nutrition and oxygen from the mother to be stopped or at least obstructed.
The fetus fills almost the entire space of the uterus. When the fetus is kicking or pushing, you can see its feet or hands moving under the skin of the stomach. The brain develops very quickly
Fetal Development Week 31st
Fetal Weight about 1600 grams with an estimated length of 40 cm. Beware if symptoms of pain appear under the ribs to the right, headache and vision dizzy. Especially when accompanied by high blood pressure that reaches an increase of more than 30 ml / Hg.
That’s because routine blood pressure checks are done at each visit to the midwife/doctor. Also, observe the disruption of blood flow to the lower limbs that make the leg so swollen. In mild disturbances, the suggestion for more rest by lying on your side while reducing the activity may help.
The fetus grows larger, so the womb space becomes less, so the movement of the fetus will decrease. The fetus may be in a crooked position with a folded knee, chin chest and arms and legs crossed.
Fetal Development Week 32nd
The fetus is in a head position below until it is born. The fetus will still kick, the average movement of the day increases 375 times per day, but you will not feel all of this. ten movements that you feel in a day is normal. At this age, the weight of the fetus should be around 1800-2000 grams with a body length of 42 cm.
Starting this week routine visits are usually tightened / more intensely from once a month to 2 weeks. Generally, hemodilution or blood dilution peaks this week. For pregnant women with heart disorders, hypertension, and preeclampsia, be extra careful. Because with the amount of blood that more and more, the workload of the heart also increases.
In those who have heart problems and blood pressure, of course, the greater the chance of clamping in the blood vessels. The further impact is increased blood pressure. This kind of disorder is not only harmful to the mother, but also the fetus until it is usually considered to be born. Especially if there are worsening conditions, such as blood pressure does not go down.