34 weeks pregnant mother

Question: We found that umblical cord is wrapped around my baby's neck. What precautions shall i take and is it possible to remove it before his birth?

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Answer: One of my friend has same problem.. doctor waited if baby himself moves and unwrapped the cord.. but in her case it was going to be tightened.. so they operated her and took out baby before edd.
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    Monica Pathre25 days ago

    Ok thank you

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