37 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m 8 n half months pregnant. My baby is in Breech position n single cord is surrounded around baby's neck. I m worried a lot... Plz suggest me something so that baby moves head down

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Answer: baby will move only till 34 weeks and very rarely after that. Tere are chances that the baby will go to head down position by some therapies like swimming, music therapy and exercises. But please consult a doctor before you try it
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    Pooja Ambekar729 days ago

    OK Thanku

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