Changes In Baby’s Position During 29 Weeks Pregnant?
Hello, I want to ask. Now I am 29 weeks pregnant. At 28 weeks of pregnancy, my baby’s position is under and good. Can the baby’s position change later? Because now I feel the baby in the stomach is very active. And sometimes it feels like spinning in the stomach.
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Before 9 months of pregnancy, the position of the fetus in the womb can still change because there is still a large amount of space for the fetus in the womb relative to the size of the fetus itself. Your active fetus can further increase the risk of this change in position. However, changes in the position of the fetus in the womb can also be influenced by various other factors, for example the position of the placenta, cord length, fetal size, amount of amniotic fluid, number of fetuses, and so on. Therefore, no one can be sure, whether your fetal position will change or remain like this.
Indeed, the most ideal fetal position to facilitate normal delivery is the presentation of the head (head below), because the head is the largest and hardest part of the fetus. However, any other fetal position (for example breech or cross) is not impossible to be born normally as long as there are no other complications.
In order to ensure that your fetus stays in the position of the head presentation at birth later, you can multiply prostrate, do pregnancy exercises, carry out sufficient activities (not excessive), and multiply also rest. Regularly also check your pregnancy to a doctor or obstetrician so that you can be monitored regularly, its position, growth, and your general pregnancy condition. Finally, consult with your doctor about the best method of delivery for you and your fetus later.
I hope this helps.