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Question: my baby is in cephalic and transverse lie position... what to do to change for head down position..
Answer: “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. but in 34 weeks it is little difficult for baby to move head. well walking exercise is very good. walk 30 minutes daily.
Question: my baby is in transverse lie position what to do?
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.
Question: What is transverse position.. My baby was in cephalic at 33 weeks. Now it got changed to transverse lie position
Answer: Transverse means your baby is in side way position.