Your pregnancy at 33 weeks

Your baby at 33 weeks

By 33 weeks of pregnancy, the baby’s brain and nervous system are fully developed.

You at 33 weeks

Too much caffeine in pregnancy can cause miscarriage or for your baby to be born with a low birth weight. If you’re pregnant, don’t have more than 200 milligrams (200mg) of caffeine a day – that’s about the same as 2 mugs of tea, plus 1 can of cola. Heartburn or acid reflux in pregnancy is common, caused by hormonal changes and the growing baby pressing against your stomach. Changes to your diet and lifestyle may be enough to control your symptoms. If not, your midwife or doctor can recommend treatment. Your placenta grows in your womb during pregnancy. It brings oxygen and nutrients to your growing baby and takes waste products out of your baby’s blood.