Question:Cephalic position is examined..what is mean for tat? Can i have normal delivery
Answer: Hello dear. A cephalic presentation or head presentation or head-first presentation is a situation at childbirth where the fetus is in a longitudinal lie and the head enters the pelvis first. Most babies get into a vertex, or head down, position near the end of your pregnancy, between 33 and 36 weeks.
Question:I am 38 weeks pregnant. My last scan report shows that my placenta is lower margin 5.4 cms from internal os . Position of my placenta is anterior. Can i expect normal delivery. This is my second pregnancy. Already normal delivery.
Answer: Yes dear, your report is completely normal just do mild walk regularly that will help baby to get lower and engage its head for birthand you can delivery your baby with normal delivery...