Pregnancy Week 32
The thirty-second week is marked by your baby 'practice breathing' by repeatedly moving their diaphragms, even though his/her lungs are not yet fully formed.
The downy hair or lanugo that covered and protected your baby's skin, starts to fall off.
By the end of this week, your baby will be about 11 inches or 280 millimeters in length from crown to rump and weigh almost 3.75 pounds or 1700 grams.
Your baby's movements are in full swing.
The first few bubbles have become full out jabs and punches.
If there is a noticable decrease in movement, contact your physician.