28 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am in my 7th month. The doctor said the baby's head is on the upper right side. Should I be worried? Or is it normal?

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Answer: hi dear, dont worry. As your doctor said your baby head position is upper right side it is normal but chances of normal delivery is less if it continues till the end. generally babies change their positions and they move towards uterine cervix at the end of 36 months. so just hope for the best. take care dear.
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