35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hii all, i'am 35 weeks pregnant, baby is breech position.. what can i do for head down position

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Answer: Dear, do not panic. My baby was also in breech position at 35 weeks but later on it came with a head down position. So be calm. Baby will move and it wil come in head down position. I hope u r satisfied with my answer.
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