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Question: I am 37 weeks pregnant my baby breech position how to change this position?

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Answer: Hello dear, Most babies will move into delivery position a few weeks prior to birth, with the head moving closer to the birth canal.  Please do some squatting exercises, walking , climbing stairs maybe but dont strain yourself too much to cause pain. Baby will descend or maybe will happen just before labor or during labor and its important to be active and moving around and not just lying on your back during labor. Hope it helped, Take care urself....
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