The Position Of The Baby Is Below, Still Have To Bow Down Frequently?
Slmt mlm, uk 34w the position of my fetus is breech, the doctor told me to be diligent in prostrate and crawl on all fours, a week later the position of the head is down, do you have to do these two movements when you are already below but must do these two movements? I’m afraid the baby will go out again? And how can I prevent my fetus from being entangled in the umbilical cord? Krna is now wrapped around one umbilical cord (36w)
The breech position is a position where the baby's head is up and the legs / buttocks are below. One effort that can be done to overcome this is to do a knee chest position. This position can be done before 36 weeks of gestation.
Have you checked again to find out the position of the baby's head?
If indeed you have confirmed that the baby's head is down, then you don't need to do the prostration position.
The umbilical cord entangled fetus is affected by the development of the fetus in the womb. There is no way that can be done to prevent the fetus from entangling the umbilical cord. The umbilical cord twist can be dangerous for the fetus, but not all umbilical cord twists are dangerous. If the coil is only 1x and not choking then it is usually not dangerous.
Therefore, check yourself regularly to a gynecologist. so that doctors can monitor the progress of you and your fetus on a regular basis.
the following article that you can read about breech position
may be useful. thank you