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Question: What the of breech presentation

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Answer: Head is not down.. position of head is top and base is down...
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Answer: For breech presentation doctor may advise for c section. But don't worry there is still time to change the baby position by daily walking and doing some household chores. All d best
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Answer: Hello dear, most babies as the delivery date approaches move towards the birth canal in head first position... Sometimes the baby may be in legs first position and this is called breech position...Most of the babies turn on their own to be headfirst by the time of delivery... As you get closer to your due date, your doctor will be able to tell if your baby has moved head down or is in breech position...
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Answer: Hi breach position basically means baby is in a bottom down ,head up position.Mostly the baby turns and takes the head down position after 36 week on its own.A few reasons why the baby stays in breach position could be length of the umbilical cord, incase of multiple babies like twin- one stays in breach position and other cephalic position, irregular size and shape of uterus or even less or excess of amniotic fluid. Good news is your baby is just as safe in your womb in breach position as in usual cephalic position, however the delivery could need experienced doctor and staff fir a smooth sail. All the best.
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