The best position for your baby is positioned head face down (the presentation of the head), with the back of his head was facing the front of Your abdomen (anterior position). If your baby is in a bottom-down position, is called a breech position. If your baby’s head-to-bottom, but with the back of his head was facing to the rear, this is called the posterior-oksipito position. Having a baby is breech means your baby is lying in the position of the head in the uterus. Some babies still breech position even when labor begins, increase the likelihood of certain complications. Types of breech presentation Is classified into the following types based on exact position: Frank breech babies Count approximately 85% of all breech babies, frank breech (also called breech length) occur when the baby has his feet extended with his feet near his head while the bottom just above the opening of the cervix . Complete breech breech position In complete, the baby folded his legs at the knees, in front of his chest with the buttocks is placed near the cervix. Breech breech here your baby leads to bottom, closest to the road, meaning that they would be out in advance during labor. The baby is transverse sometimes, babies are at a position sideways in the womb, with the shoulder or the back cover the cervical opening, resulting in transverse presentation. What causes baby be breech is not always possible to determine the exact cause of who caused it. However, there are certain risk factors that can make your baby more might be in the breech position when labor day is approaching. These include:
- Being with twins or more
- Premature labor
- Amniotic fluid levels are too high or too low (polihidramnion or oligohidramnion).
- Any uterine abnormalities, such as fibroids or abnormally shaped uterus.
- Have some irregularities such as placenta previa the placenta
- Fetal problems including certain central nervous system or muscle disorders.
- The umbilical cord was shorter than usual, restricting movement of the baby.
- Second or subsequent pregnancies.
- History of premature labor and birth.
- Have a history of breech babies
- Mom or dad be a breech in the moment of his birth itself
- Overweight or getting more than the recommended weight during pregnancy.
Is there a breech baby signs some women may feel a sharp kick in the stomach is too low because the baby in the face-down position. Your baby’s head pressing the diaphragm You can also cause symptoms such as shortness of breath and pain or pressure in rib you. However, these signs may be mistaken for normal fetal movement and shortness of breath. How to tell if your baby is in the breech position During a routine prenatal checkup at the end of the third trimester, your doctor check the upper abdomen and your bottom to feel the head of your baby and make sure he is in the right position for birth . If the breech is suspected, your doctor may use ultrasound scan to check the position of your baby for sure. How to change a baby’s breech baby lying face-down on the third trimester typically settle on the right birth position in week 36. However, if your baby is breech remains even after weeks to 36-37, certain steps must be taken to try and change it before giving birth. Things that you can try to change your own baby
- Maintain proper posture as it can cause your baby to spin at position by opening up the pelvic area
- Play music near the lower abdomen because your baby can listen to and follow his voice
- Place a cold compress, such as some frozen veggies wrapped cloth (not too cold), on top of the upper abdomen
- You because some believed that cold sensation can make a baby spins in the opposite direction.
- Apply peppermint essential oil in the upper abdomen, because the baby can be turned to avoid a strong aroma (be sure to ask your doctor before attempting this action)
- There is no evidence to prove the efficacy of these tips. However, they are safe to try with many women claim that they work.
Exercises to turn breech babies
- Kneel down, keep your butt remains high and your head on the ground floor. Make sure your feet stay folded beside you instead of pressing Your bulge. Remain in this position for 10-15 minutes at least 2-3 times per day. The goal is to give your baby enough room to subdue the head.
- Lie down on your back, bend your hips and knees while keeping your hips slightly higher. You can put a pillow under your hips to keep it high. Now, roll it slowly from one side to the other side for about 10 minutes, repeat this process about 3 times a day. Be sure to talk to your doctor about the safety of this exercise if you have back pain, pelvic or hip in pregnancy.
- Sit on the ball sports for about 10 minutes several times a day.
Acupuncture and Moxibustion is a technique of moksibusi acupuncture which involves the use of a stick of burning mugwort to stimulate acupuncture points on your little toes that can increase your baby’s activity level. Studies have confirmed its usefulness in order to change the position of the baby in the birth of the right, with a method that is associated with a success rate as high as more than 80%. External cephalic version (ECV) external cephalic Version is a technique used to try and change your baby in the womb by giving pressure on your stomach. Also called version only, usually attempted only after 36 weeks because the baby still had considerable opportunity to turn around before that. Change the baby manually into the right birth position gives you the chance to give birth normally in the vagina. ECV has a success rate of about 50% in the first pregnancy, while on the second time pregnancy was associated with a success rate of 75%. The baby can be born via emergency caesarean section if ECV failed here are some other ways to restore the position of breech babies to normal:
- Massage Therapy
- The Practice Of Yoga Kneechest
- Yoga Exercise Downward
- The Practice Of Yoga Pelvil Lifts
- The Practice Of Yoga Viparita Karini
- Stimulate with music
- Stimulate with light
- Follow gymnastics special pregnant women
- Drinking water white