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Question: i am 31 weeks pregnant my baby is transverse lie position.. will this change what should i do to change

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Answer: Hello dear Transverse Lie is a sideways position. The baby has his head to one of his mother's sides and the bottom across her abdomen at her other side. This is normal before 26 weeks. By 29-30 weeks we expect babies to be head down, or at least breech.Usually by 34 weeks Baby fixed the position for Labour but in some cases however not. Babies that are positioned feet or buttocks down in the womb are called “breech babies.” Babies that are lying sideways in the womb are called “transverse-lie” babies. Either way, a vaginal delivery of these babies can be extremely complicated if they do not move into the proper head-down position. There are few exercises that you can do to achieve the desired position ie head down but for safety it's important to perform only after your gynecologist approval. Transverse lie baby : kneel on the edge of a sofa and slowly lean forward until your forearms are resting on the floor in front of you. Your hips and knees should be approximately 10-20 inches above your arms and shoulders, and your belly should hang off of the sofa. Relax your belly, neck and head. Hold the position for 30 to 60 seconds. Then crawl slowly off of the sofa, bringing one knee down and then the other. Sit up and catch your breath. Repeat. The exercise should be performed twice daily for several consecutive days.
Answer: Hello dear Transverse Lie is a sideways position. The baby has his head to one of his mother's sides and the bottom across her abdomen at her other side. This is normal before 26 weeks. By 29-30 weeks we expect babies to be head down, or at least breech.Usually by 34 weeks Baby fixed the position for Labour but in some cases however not. Babies that are positioned feet or buttocks down in the womb are called “breech babies.” Babies that are lying sideways in the womb are called “transverse-lie” babies. Either way, a vaginal delivery of these babies can be extremely complicated if they do not move into the proper head-down position. There are few exercises that you can do to achieve the desired position ie head down but for safety it's important to perform only after your gynecologist approval. Transverse lie baby : kneel on the edge of a sofa and slowly lean forward until your forearms are resting on the floor in front of you. Your hips and knees should be approximately 10-20 inches above your arms and shoulders, and your belly should hang off of the sofa. Relax your belly, neck and head. Hold the position for 30 to 60 seconds. Then crawl slowly off of the sofa, bringing one knee down and then the other. Sit up and catch your breath. Repeat. The exercise should be performed twice daily for several consecutive days.
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