36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 36 weeks pregnant and mybaby is in transverse position.what are the chances for normal delivery. Will the baby come in its normal position

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Answer: Hello! At 36 weeks, the chances of the baby to change its position is very less. Hence ,having normal delivery might not be possible. I would request you to be also mentally prepared for C-section also. Take care
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