29 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello am 6months 21days 2nd pregnancy in 6 month scan report fetal breech presentation.what it means it's any problem

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Answer: hello dear, breech presentation means fetal head towards your chest facing your backbone . in this presentation normal delivery is not possible. but as you are in your 29 weeks there is time does baby changes its position by itself. don't worry everything is fine.
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