Overcoming Breech Position At 32 Weeks Of Pregnancy?
Sorry to ask. I just became pregnant for the first time at 32 weeks my baby is in a sitting or breech position. Then I went to the SPOG position my baby was justified his head was turned downwards mf gatau what is his name. I want to ask after that if the baby in my womb can still change its position, I really think the problem is. I’m afraid that his position will be breech again,
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Ideally, when it is approaching labor (third trimester, gestational age over 26 weeks), the lowest part of the fetus is the head. This can make it easier for the birth process to be carried out normally through the vagina because this head is the largest and hardest part of the fetus.
However, in some conditions, the fetus may still be in a cross or breech position when the pregnancy has entered the third trimester. This condition can be overcome by performing several procedures, one of which is the External Cephalic Version (ECV, external head version) technique. This technique is, of course, ONLY safe for medical professionals, namely obstetricians, of course by taking into account the position of the fetus, placenta, umbilical cord, and other factors.
With the external head version, often the position of the fetus can be corrected, from being breech or transverse to normal, namely the head down. However, as long as there is enough room for fetal movement in the uterus, the possibility for the fetus to rotate back in its position is still wide open. Therefore, you are also advised to do the following tips so that your fetal head remains below, namely:
Walk a lot, don't sit too much, prostrate more, make sure the position of the head, chin, upper chest, and knees is placed as low as possible to the floor, do this position repeatedly, rest when you feel tired Live a healthy lifestyle Don't panic or worry Excessive Although rare, it does not rule out the possibility of normal delivery of a fetus in a breech position. In addition to the position of the fetus, choosing the best way of delivery must also be done by considering various other factors, such as the mother's health condition, pelvic size, fetal size, placenta position, and so on. Therefore, discuss directly with your obstetrician regarding the best method of delivery for you and the fetus in your womb.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah