Bao Ma, who has had fertility experience, knows that the first three months of pregnancy are very dangerous. Due to the unstable embryonic development at this time, a little inattention will lead to miscarriage. Through the difficult first and second trimester of pregnancy. When he was about to come to the end, he was afraid to relax. When the fetus moved slightly, Bao Ma was nervous, lest the fetus might have a bad situation. If the fetuses in the third trimester appear in the following five situations, do n’t worry too much about them. These are the babies who are telling you that they are in good condition. 1. Increased secretions Increased secretions in pregnant mothers during the third trimester are actually normal. Because before the birth, the pregnant woman’s private parts and cervix will become soft. In the process of softening the birth canal, a large amount of mucus that originally accumulated in the cervix will gush out, and the secretions will increase. These secretions can lubricate the birth canal and are more conducive to the delivery of the fetus. As long as the secretion has no odor, or yellowish color, and symptoms of vulvar discomfort, it is normal. 2. A few weeks before the delivery of irregular contractions, the uterine muscles are more sensitive, and irregular uterine contractions will appear, with a short duration, weak strength, or only limited to the lower part of the uterus. It stops after a few hours and can’t open the cervix, which is called a false contraction. The biggest difference between it and true contractions is that there is no regularity and it does not cause pain. Pregnant mothers should pay attention to distinguish it so as not to cause oolong. 3. Fetal movement reduction Fetal movement is the “barometer” of fetal development. In general, fetal movement starts at 18 weeks and gradually decreases by 30 weeks. This is because as the fetus increases, the uterine space becomes narrower and narrower. In this case, the fetus will gradually reduce movement. In addition, many fetuses have been put into the basin at this time, which will also restrict fetal movement. 4. Frequent urination increases. Many pregnant mothers will find that they go to the bathroom more and more frequently after entering the third trimester. This is actually a normal phenomenon. As the fetus develops, the uterus continues to increase, increasing the pressure on the bladder, so frequent urination occurs. In the third trimester, it is also because the fetus enters the pelvis, and the pressure on the bladder from the uterus increases, resulting in a reduction in the amount of urine that the bladder can store. Of course, if some pregnant mothers find that the fetus is abnormal and cannot make a judgment, they can go to the hospital for examination in time. For Shan Jiucheng, we must not fail.