Answer: Hii..don't worry. .baby head down position vill happen even at the time of last mit delivery time too.. gently keep a walk ..slowly do ur household work.. do squat exercise and climb staircase slowly .. baby will turn at any time.. moreover talk to ur baby just tell mumma wants u to come down.. keep massaging gently ur tummy. .ur baby can understand everything. .don't get tense that's d biggest enemy in pregancy. . Keep positive vibes.. everything will happen .. happy safe delivery dear 😊
Answer: Hi. Its not in our hand dear to bring baby in head down position. Baby come in head down position on there own by 32-37 weeks if they dont take the position by this phase there are very low chance that baby would late position after that. In metro cities some expert doctors opt for EVC (external cephalic version) to make babies position correct. Its a manual process to turn babies head down which has risks so only expert doctors handle it with lot of monitoring. Good luck.
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Question: I'm 32 week pregnant but my baby is still not head down position .. what to do for head-down position ?
Answer: By 29-30 weeks we expect babies to be head down, or at least breech. Begin following techniques if baby is not head down by 30-31 weeks – * walking everyday fr half n hr helps • Use the Forward-leaning Inversion off the couch, for 30-45 seconds, 5-7 times in ONE day • The Breech Tilt for 5-10 minutes, 2-3 times a day. Do not sleep in bed this way. • Once or twice a day, do the Sidelying Release. Please take professional help or help of your partner to do these exercises. Watching videos of how to do these exercises might help.
Question: How do we feel baby head is in down position
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help. Generally, women in their first pregnancy will notice their baby has dropped about two weeks before they deliver. Here are a few signs: If you have a lump to the left or the right at the top of your tummy, try pressing gently on it. If you feel your baby's whole body move, it suggests that he's in a head-down position. You may also notice that you feel his hiccups below your belly button. Hope this information was helpful.
Question: My baby is not in head down position... the baby head is in left side of my stomach... do i need to worry about his current position
Answer: Baby can change its position till 37th week so no need to worry yet.