36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: While scanning at 35+2 weeks,my baby is in breech position..is it normal??will my baby change to head-down position???

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Answer: Hello dear Nothing can be done if baby position is not in cephalic as it depends on baby and it is not in our hands. It is normal and nothing to worry about. Baby can change their position at the last moment also. In the last trimester, the mom should not take much stress. It will afffect the baby more. So, dont worry.Everything that happens...will happen only for Good. Trust in God and trust in ur doc... all will be good
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