Answer: Hello, gently poke or jiggle your baby bump. You can use a birthing ball, start by walking 10 minutes then walk for 20 to 30 minutes. Walking opens the hips and relaxes the pelvis, which may induce your baby to drop. Do squatting 5 to 10 times a day, sand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Stretch your arms out in front of you for balance. While keeping your back straight, gently squat to a comfortable level. Do 5 to 10 squats. If you haven’t been exercising consistently, start with 5 squats. You can lift your pelvis. Which helps baby to drop. Try all these exercises if still the baby doesn't drop you can meet you meet your gynaecologist.
Answer: Do more of squats , always sit down on the floor like when you eat, or watch TV and when lying down always turn to your left side and lie down
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Question: Hi.. My due date is 15th July. My baby is in cephalic position, but hasn't dropped down. What should I do? Will I have a normal delivery?
Answer: hi dear baby can drop or get his head fixed any time before labour pain starts even in many cases it has been noted that to their baby got fixed in pelvic area two hours before labour pain was started so don't worry about it . if you are having normal pregnancy then you should be active as much as possible go for walk.
Question: 15 march is my due date but 9th month has ended on 8th. I dont have any pains till now.
Answer: Hello! There is nothing to worry. Sometimes it takes time. You can ideally wait till 42weeks that is 2 weeks after due date also. Till then keep walking a lot and stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. Take care
Question: My due date is on 19 oct. My baby hasnt dropped yet. Should i do to bring him/her down? I am walking morning n evening.
Answer: Hi dear surely u can walk and also do pelic exercise after discussing from doctor. U can also have few spoon of castor oil if doctor approved. U can eat papaya pineapple.