Should I be worry for baby breech position?

I am 32 weeks pregnant. The scan done on 32 weeks revealed that baby is in breech position.

Is it possible that baby will come to vertex position till 9 months? I feel baby movements daily and baby is active. I am worry because it is my first pregnancy.

Should I be worry for baby breech position?
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Obstetrics & Gynae

Answers ( 3 )

  1. Hello Dear,

    Thank you for writing to us at MediMetry.
    Baby can still change its position provided liquor is good and baby is average size. External cephalic version is a procedure than can be done to rotate the baby manually if your doctor feels right. Otherwise choice of delivery is by cesarean section. You should not worry about it as whatever the mode of delivery remains, important is to care for your and baby's safety. You can't change the events by worrying.
    Hope this answers your query. Feel free to write back to us with follow-up questions.
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  2. User
    My LMP was 15/2/2015. According to that my 8 months will complete by 15/10/15. Doctor has given me due date 21/11/15. Last scan due to maturity of baby they shifted the date to 19/11/15.i just want my baby to be born around due date only.
    a. Are there any ways by which I can delay labour pains? I do not want baby to be born earlier than the due date.
    b. Are there chances that doctor will recommend delivering much before, as soon as the 9th month starts?
    • Hello Dear,

      Thank you for writing to us at MediMetry.
      There is no way that you can stop labour pains if you are term. Preterm labour can be arrested till term that too not recommended to give treatment after 36 weeks. Keep regular follow up and don't unnecessarily worry.
      Usually we can wait upto due date or at least 39 weeks if there are no associated complications or you do not develop labour. In case there is any compromise is suspected delivery may be preponed to avoid bad effect in pregnancy.

      Hope this answers your query. Feel free to write back to us with follow-up questions.
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