What symptoms are present when a mother-to-be is 33 weeks pregnant?
WebMD explains that a mom-to-be may experience less large fetal movements starting in week 33 because the baby has less room to move as it gains weight. Although the baby has less room to move and is unable to make large movements within the uterus, What to Expect explains that the mother-to-be may experience sharper pokes and kicks from the baby. As the ratio of fetus to fluid change, the fetus becomes closer to the woman’s body. The woman may feel more uncomfortable as her body makes room for the growing fetus.
Sources: americanpregnancy.org, webmd.com, whattoexpect.com