This is a page of 3d ultrasound images at 29 weeks of pregnancy taken at our 3d 4d ultrasound studio
At 29 weeks a baby’s weight is about 2 1/2 pounds (could be compared with the size of butternut squash) and is over 15 inches long from head to heel. Baby’s muscles and lungs continue to mature, and baby’s head expands bigger to create more space as the brain grows. As baby grows bigger it might be a challenge for you to keep up with your nutrition. You should consume more protein, pay special attention to vitamins, especially, vitamin C, and also folic acid, and iron. Plus, try to increase your daily milk because baby’s bones have to get lots of calcium. If you not a big fan of drinking milk, then, try to substitute milk for another product that rich in calcium, such as orange juice, cheese, and yogurt. The number to follow up is about 250 milligrams of calcium on a daily basis are needed for baby’s skeleton to develop properly. Most recognizable facts of fetal development at this stage: a baby continues to develop as he or she gains weight.