36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: my baby is in transverse lie position what to do?

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Answer: Hello! Transverse lie means that your baby is lying sideways across your tummy, rather than in a head-down position. ... If not, your doctor will recommend a planned caesarean as it won't be possible for your baby to be born vaginally. You may also have extra care in the final weeks of your pregnancy. Please also talk to your doctor for better guidance.
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    Nidhi Jain1065 days ago

    is there any way to change the baby position?

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    Sweety Roy1065 days ago

    Generally no,however few doctor do use a hand techniques but it is not safe

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    Sweety Roy1065 days ago

    if not done properly.

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    Nidhi Jain1064 days ago

    ok

Answer: Most transverse babies can't be delivered vaginally because they are too wide to pass through the birth canal. ... But during labor, a transverse presentation should be converted to either a cephalic or breech presentation, or a cesarean should be performed. But dont loose hope, u still hv time n baby keeps changing positions
Answer: Most transverse babies can't be delivered vaginally because they are too wide to pass through the birth canal. ... But during labor, a transverse presentation should be converted to either a cephalic or breech presentation, or a cesarean should be performed. But dont loose hope, u still hv time n baby keeps changing positions
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