Answer: Hello dear,baby changing position is very normal and you should not get worries too much. There are some natural turning techniques that may help you to change the bottom-first position of your breech baby.
Adopting a knee-to-chest position. Kneel on a mat on the floor with your bottom in the air, and your head, shoulders and upper chest flat to the floor. The aim is to tip your baby back up and out of your pelvis, to give him more room to turn around. Don't let your thighs press against your bump and keep your knees hip-distance apart. Maintain this position for 15 minutes, several times a day.
Lie on your back with your hips slightly elevated (breech tilt). Place a pillow under your hips and have your knees bent. Repeat up to three times a day for 10 minutes at a time. Try to do this when you have a reasonably empty tummy and when your baby is active.
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Question: I m 31 weeks pregnant and my baby is in breech position. Any excercise recommended to turn baby head down.
Answer: Hi. Its not in our hand dear to bring baby in head down position.
Baby come in head down position on there own by 32-37 weeks if they dont take the position by this phase there are very low chance that baby would change position after that.
In metro cities some expert doctors opt for EVC (external cephalic version) to make babies position correct. Its a manual process to turn babies head down which has risks so only expert doctors handle it with lot of monitoring.
Question: I'm 32 weeks preg...baby is in breech position ...will it turn now ...what are the best sleeping position or exercises to turn a breech baby
Answer: hi yes it is possible that the baby will turn the position then 36 weeks is the baby turns the position it is very good else the baby will remain in breech position of the baby girls the position to cephalic then you can go and for normal delivery depending upon your other medical factors as doctor would suggest you to going for a C section
Question: I'm 33 weeks pregnant and my baby is in breech position. what should I do..
Answer: A:The babys position changes during pregnancy. It is possible that the breech may get corrected. However, if the breech persists, the delivery will have to be through a caesarian section.No special precautions over and above those as in normal pregnancy are required. Your gynaecologist would have told you about these precautions.