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"Evening Doc, please I did scan at 24,27 and 30 weeks and my baby is breech ,his buttocks is the closest contact to cervix,now am currently 33weeks and 2days pregnant,did another scan yesterday and baby is still breech,my doctor said I should not worry that baby will still turn but am already worried dt he might be breech till I reach full term since all my scans showed he is breech.i really don't know what to do to make him turn head down,I read about some pregnancy exercises that could help a breech baby to turn ,should I try out one of them?please what do u think I can do at this stage as I have limited time?this is my first pregnancy ,I really hope not to begin child bearing with C/s..am really worried. "

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    A 27 years year old female asked:
    2 years ago
    Evening Doc, please I did scan at 24,27 and 30 weeks and my baby is breech ,his buttocks is the closest contact to cervix,now am currently 33weeks and 2days pregnant,did another scan yesterday and baby is still breech,my doctor said I should not worry that baby will still turn but am already worried dt he might be breech till I reach full term since all my scans showed he is breech.i really don't know what to do to make him turn head down,I read about some pregnancy exercises that could help a breech baby to turn ,should I try out one of them?please what do u think I can do at this stage as I have limited time?this is my first pregnancy ,I really hope not to begin child bearing with C/s..am really worried.
    Dr. Olabisi A answered:
    2 years ago
    Hello madam. I can understand why you feel this way. I will still encourage you to relax your mind and be positive. A full term pregnancy is 40weeks which means you still have about 7 weeks to go. Your baby can still present cephalic before then. I will advise you prepare physically and emotionally for the arrival of your bundle of joy while being positive and attend your scheduled antenatal care as you should. Preferably more often now. Take care and all the best.
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