Your baby at 34 weeks
Your baby’s bones are continuing to harden, apart from the skull bones. These will stay soft and separated until after the birth to make the journey through the birth canal easier. The bones can move gently and slide over each other so the head can be born safely while still protecting the brain.
You at 34 weeks
Pre-eclampsia is a condition that affects some women in pregnancy, usually after 20 weeks, and it can be serious. The blood pressure and urine checks you’re offered at your midwife appointments check for the early signs.