28 weeks pregnant mother

Question: When will the babys head comes down the birth canal..in which week

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Answer: Hello dear When you are 30 weeks pregnant, your baby should be in a cephalic (head down) position. Also it is normal for a baby to turn their head at 34 weeks.
Answer: Head down position varies from person to person. For some it will be in 32 week for some it would be right before delivery.
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