Influence Of Estimated Birth To The Fetal Position?
Greetings doctor, I’m now 34 weeks pregnant and this is my first pregnancy. from the age of 31 weeks my baby’s breech position and there has been no change until now. r n r nI want to ask .. r n Does the breech baby’s position / latitude affect the date of delivery slower because the baby’s head does not enter the pelvis? r or breech / cross baby will still be born and the mother will continue to feel signs of normal childbirth such as contractions etc. r n r ntrmksh
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Optimally, labor will take place at the age of 36 to 40 weeks of pregnancy. It is not yet clear exactly what affects the appearance of labor sooner or later. Likewise, it is not yet clear, the direct link between the position of the fetus in the womb and the speed at which labor occurs. In some mothers, breech pregnancy can indeed make it more difficult for the fetus to enter the pelvic upper door, thereby indirectly making labor slower. However, it is not uncommon for breech pregnant women to be born exactly, or even sooner, from HPL (day of birth forecast).
When approaching childbirth, pregnant women will certainly experience signs of childbirth, including pregnant mothers who breech. The signs of childbirth referred to in the form of labor contractions, blood mucus out of the birth canal, and rupture of amniotic fluid. However, which signs of labor will appear first may vary, without being clear what factors affect it.
It's best if you don't worry too much about your pregnancy. Not infrequently, the breech fetal position at 34 weeks gestation can still change until delivery time. Not infrequently, pregnant women containing breech fetuses can give birth normally without significant obstacles.
Therefore, multiply consult with your doctor or obstetrician regarding the right steps that need to be done close to your delivery schedule. To get the fetus to rotate (so that the head is underneath), you can prostrate more, bow, and walk.
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