37 weeks pregnant mother

Question: my baby is on transverse.. should i need to worry as my edd is 17March

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Answer: Hi dear dont worry as in transverse condition ur delivery process will be c sec only . So ur pregnancy req. A little bit more of attention of doctor to monitor baby proper growth. Also after 37th week may be doctor will suggest to go for c sec if ur baby weight is fine.
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