37 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My baby is in breech position...plz suggest me what should I do

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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. Good luck.
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