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2008-03-15
Name: Divya Hi,
yesterday i suddenly feel tht baby has no momvement since 5-6 hrs. i visit to gyny suggest for sonography.
Reprt is normal but but baby has BREECH presentation means its opposite(baby ULTA hai)
Is tht any big problm or sign of C-section.
or its a normal moves or baby can be in original position within rest two months?

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2008-05-22
#1
Name: logic
Subject:  more
appropriate information:
What does it mean if my baby is breech?

By around 8 months, there' s not much room in the uterus. Most babies maximize their cramped quarters by settling in head down, in what' s known as a cephalic presentation. But if your baby is breech, it means he' s poised to come out buttocks or feet first.

When labor begins at term, nearly 97 percent of babies are set to come out head first. Most of the rest are breech. (In rare cases, a baby will be sideways in the uterus with his shoulder or arm presenting first — this is called a transverse lie.)

There are several types of breech presentations, including frank breech (bottom first with feet up near the head), complete breech (bottom first with legs crossed Indian-style), or footling breech (one or both feet are poised to come out first).

By the beginning of your third trimester, your practitioner should be able to tell what position your baby is in by feeling your abdomen and locating the baby' s head, back, and bottom. About a quarter of babies are breech at this point, but most will turn on their own over the next two months.

As you' re approaching term, if your baby' s position isn' t clear during an abdominal exam, your caregiver may do an internal exam to try to feel what part of the baby is in your pelvis. In some cases, she may use ultrasound to confirm the baby' s position.

What if my baby is still breech near term?

Babies who are still breech near term are unlikely to turn on their own. So if your baby is still bottom down at 37 weeks, your caregiver should offer to try to turn your baby to the more favorable head-down position, assuming you' re an appropriate candidate.

This procedure is known as an external cephalic version (ECV). It' s done by applying pressure to your abdomen and manually manipulating the baby into a head-down position. (If your caregiver is not experienced in this procedure, she may refer you to someone who is.)

ECV has about a 58 percent success rate in turning breech babies (and a 90 percent success rate if the baby is in a transverse lie.) But sometimes a baby refuses to budge or rotates back into a breech position after a successful version. ECV is more likely to work if this isn' t your first baby.

Not all women can have ECV. If you' re carrying twins or your pregnancy is complicated by bleeding or too little amniotic fluid, you won' t be able to have the procedure. And, of course, you won' t have a version if you' re going to deliver by cesarean anyway — for example, if you have a placenta previa, triplets, or have had more than one previous c-section.


I assume Divya meant her breech position is till term.
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2008-05-24
#2
Name: verne
Subject:  Mili
you are just lame, if you want to help, help, or just plain, get disappeared.
You have a problem with doctors advising on this board, go message the administrator.
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2008-05-24
#3
Name: mm
Subject:  Mili
for your kind information, they are doctors.
And they havent been long on this board to bully people.
It seems you like to bully people and post lies.
You dont like professional advice for free, or you are very jealous of them
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2008-05-23
#4
Name: Mili
Subject:  mm/Verne/LOGIC
i never said i am a professional. There are some ppl on here they call themselves doctors. Please. I am a newcomer to this site, but I looked around at other topics, Logic/Verne have been bullying ppl for a long time. Ppl come here to get opinions not to get bullied.
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2008-05-23
#5
Name: mm
Subject:  mili
why dont you post the link of where you COPIED your information too?
I also found your post on Familydoctor org.
You copy and paste here, and then you object to someone else copying and pasting here?
You are such a ´ Half Full Pot"
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2008-05-23
#6
Name: verne
Subject:  mili
Your post is a COPY PASTE TOO!
I FOUND IT ON : familydoctor org

Can I do anything to help if my baby is breech?
It´ s very important to see your doctor regularly throughout your pregnancy. Your doctor can tell if your baby is breech and help plan what to do. Some doctors will plan to deliver the baby by cesarean section. Others may give their patients exercises to do at home that may help turn the baby to the head-first position. Some doctors try to turn the baby in the mother´ s uterus using a procedure called external cephalic version. If this procedure is successful and the baby stays head down, a normal vaginal delivery is more likely.

You are a surprisingly good cheater. First you copy and paste, and then when others do it, you have a problem with it?
You really need therapy.
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2008-05-22
#7
Name: Mili
Subject:  Copy/Paste Logic
Why dont you just copy/Paste the link you got the info. from.
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2008-05-22
#8
Name: Mili
Subject:  Best of luck Divya
It' s very important to see your doctor regularly. Some doctors will plan to deliver the baby by cesarean section. Some may give their patients exercises to do at home that may help turn the baby to the head-first position. Some doctors try to turn the baby in the mother' s uterus using a procedure called external cephalic version. If this procedure is successful and the baby stays head down, a normal vaginal delivery is more likely.

Good Luck to you, and dont listen to some ' Half full pots' in the blog.
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2008-05-22
#9
Name: mm
Subject:  information
External cephalic version, or version, is a procedure used to turn a fetus from a breech position or side-lying (transverse) position into a head-down (vertex) position before labor begins. When successful, version makes it possible for you to try a vaginal birth.
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Version is done most often before labor begins, generally around 36-37 weeks. Version is sometimes used during labor before the amniotic sac has ruptured. This can be a good time to use version, when labor is constantly monitored and a cesarean delivery (C-section) can be done right away if necessary. But, the chance to do the version can be lost if labor speeds up or the amniotic sac ruptures.

EVERYTHING HAPPENS DURING LABOUR. YOUR FETUS DOESNT CHANGE BEFORE LABOUR. SO REMEMBER IN THE NEXT TWO MONTHS< DONT TO ANY EXERCISE FOR ANY POSITION CHANGE.
LOGIC and VERNE are RIGHT IN THIS MATTER.
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2008-05-22
#10
Name: mm
Subject:  I think
I think Mili is a half full pot!
She has nothing to say, and gives useless advice.
Why dont you let others give good advice?
I think you have Half-Brain
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2008-05-22
#11
Name: verne
Subject:  divya
i think common sense should prevail here.
How can a fetus move in your body? its not possible. your fetus will remain in the same position. Breech is not a dangerous position. Your baby will come legs first, which is not ideal for a delivery. So they might think about C-section.
Dont do anything to jerk its position.
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2008-05-19
#12
Name: logic
Subject:  lady
do you think your uterus is a playground that your child will shift positions? use your head! how will your child turn a 180 degree angle in your tiny uterus?
He/ she will be in the breech position till end. generally they go for C-section to avoid trauma to the head.
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2008-05-22
#13
Name: Mili
Subject:  Verne/Logic
There is an old saying in Gujarati, ´ Adhuro Ghado Chhalkaay´ That means: ´ Half full pot splash all over the place´ - I dont think I need to elaborate more.
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2008-05-22
#14
Name: Verne
Subject:  Mili
if you cant be of help to anyone here, why even bother posting? I dont see you posting any useful information to this lady.
Who cares about your pvt life?
And you do sound maniacal, you have nothing to offer here, still you abuse people who are giving free professional advice, What a loser.
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2008-05-22
#15
Name: Mili
Subject:  Verne/Logic
I would not like to share my pvt. life with insensitive ppl. You follow the so called ´ Professional´ advice. Some professional calls ppl, ´ dumb morons, maniacs´ . Enough nonsense.
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2008-05-22
#16
Name: verne
Subject:  mili
mili, i dont even know why are you so rude to logic, whatever he/she said is the most appropriate thing.
Its rather obvious you have no idea about what is being talked about.
Why dont you stop posting and stop showing your ignorance here?
Do you even understand whats going on here?
have you ever been pregnant?
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2008-05-22
#17
Name: logic
Subject:  mili
you have a problem with people who give professional advice?
why is it such a bother to you?
I think you are a little too maniacal about this.
Do you want me to prescribe you some medications to calm you?
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2008-05-21
#18
Name: Mili
Subject:  C Section
Some doc you are ´ Logic´ . May be you need to see some meditation expert yourself. I am not worried about Divya at all at this point. She will be fine. Take care. Nice chatting with you.
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2008-05-21
#19
Name: mili
Subject:  well
you need to calm the lady down, and i am a doc. I hope you dont teach me the things i already know.
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2008-05-21
#20
Name: Mili
Subject:  Calm Down
What is going on here. Calm down ´ Logic´ . This is the time that if you dont know the answer to the question, best thing is to consult your doctor regularly. No need to get excited. Relaxxx.
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