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Question: I am 36 weeks pregnant and my baby is in a transverse position..plz advice
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help. Some breech babies turn themselves naturally in the last month of pregnancy. If your baby is in a breech position at 36 weeks, your doctor might suggest you think about an ECV, or external cephalic version, which means your doctor will try to turn the baby by hand after 37 weeks. This will increase your chances of your baby turning to a head-down position. All the best.
Question: Hi I am 34 week pregnant..my baby is in transverse position...is it normal
Answer: Transverse lie means that your baby is lying sideways across your tummy, rather than in a head-down position. It's a common position for your baby to take in early pregnancy. Most babies will get themselves into a head-down position by the end of the final trimester, if not before.
Question: I am 34 weeks pregnant, and my baby is still in transverse position, is it normal ?
Answer: Usually 32 weeks baby tends to change the position may come to cephalic position. Of transverse position continues till your term you doctor can advise for C section.