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Question: what do u mean by BREECH PRESENTATION.
Answer: Hello dear. Most babies will move into delivery position a few weeks prior to birth, with the head moving closer to the birth canal. When this fails to happen, the baby's buttocks and/or feet will be positioned to be delivered first. This is referred to as “breech presentation.” Breech babies are born healthy, they do have a slightly higher risk for certain problems than babies in the normal position do. All the best.
Question: 30 weeks and doctor wrote in anc card presentation position breech what does it mean
Answer: Hello dear
your baby is breech, it means he's poised to come out buttocks or feet first.
Breech babies are not unsafe but with breech deliveries, there is a higher risk for the baby to get stuck in the birth canal and for the baby's oxygen supply through the umbilical cord to get cut off. So, doctors always prefer to have c section if baby is in breech position.
Question: Will the baby changes from cephalic presentation to breech presentation after 35 weeks?
Answer: Time from 30 weeks to 38 is crucial.
Baby roates in this duration.
But once cephalic is attained it is hard
Bay might not move into breech