Answer: ECV is one process through which baby position can be changed. it’s an intervention performed at a hospital, clinic or birth-care centre under ultrasound guidance. The doctor would use her hands to manipulate the baby’s position by carefully pushing on your belly and abdomen. ECV is usually best performed between 35-38 weeks, after nothing else has worked. The baby’s vital signs are monitored before and after the procedure.ECV has about a 40 to 60 per cent success rate. The procedure only takes a few minutes, but it can be very uncomfortable for women.
Answer: Between 24-29 weeks most babiesturn vertical and some will be breech. By 30-32 weeks most babies flip head down and bottom up. By 34 weekspregnant, the provider expects baby to be head down. Between 36-37 weeks, a provider may suggest an external cephalic version. Hope it helps.
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Question: I am 32 weeks my baby in breech position does this position change
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy and all the best for your motherhood.
Some breech babies turn themselves naturally in the last month of pregnancy. If your baby is in a breech position at 36 weeks, your doctor might suggest you think about an ECV, or external cephalic version, which means your doctor will try to turn the baby by hand after 37 weeks. This will increase your chances of your baby turning to a head-down position.
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Question: Hi .. I am 32 weeks pregnant . My baby is in breech position will the baby change during delivery
Answer: Yes baby will come into cephalic longitudinal position i. e., head down position before delivery..
Question: Breech position in 32 weeks.will the baby change position with time?
Answer: Hi dear, don't worry, still there is 8 weeks duration for delivery, position may change in 36 th week, be positive, be strong and have a safe delivery 😃😃