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Question: baby position how to change breech position
Answer: If the baby had to change position it will automatically do it .
Question: Is Breech position change after 38 weeks
Answer: Hi,most probably no,after 38 weeks because at this week body starts going in labor too.
Question: How to change the breech position
Hello dear, Most babies will move into delivery position a few weeks prior to birth, with the head moving closer to the birth canal. When this fails to happen, the baby's buttocks and/or feet will be positioned to be delivered first. This is referred to as “breech presentation."
Although most breech babies are born healthy, they do have a slightly higher risk for certain problems than babies in the normal position do. Most of these problems are detected by 20 week ultrasounds. So if nothing has been identified to this point then most likely the baby is normal.
your baby remains in the breech position by late pregnancy, your doctor can try to turn her by hand. This procedure is called external cephalic version. During ECV your obstetrician places firm but gentle pressure on your tummy to encourage your baby to turn a somersault in your womb.
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