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Baby Positioned At An Angle
Can a baby move from vertex to breech position after 38 weeks? he is in vertex position from the very beginning.currently he is at -1 station
Maybe/unlikely: You will know the final position when you go into labor & changes do occur. However, it is much more likely earlier in pregnancy when the amniotic fluid/baby ratio is higher & there is more room for them to maneuver. If He has maintained a steady position for 38 wks, it is likely to stay that way. However, I wouldn't make any bets on it. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Having a look at any object at "normal" head posture doubles an object looked at. When viewing angle is changed (head lowered), single object is seen.
Baby is head up ie breech at 31 weeks 5 days. Are they still moving at this stage or is there a chance he could move head down?
Would an inversion table increase the chances of a prolapsed/prolapsing disc moving back into position naturally, compared to doing nothing at all?
Don't know: Your question ended up on the ob/gyn board rather than the ortho questions. ...Read more
Can your cervix move forward if stuck behind baby head (head is lower than cervix) @ 40 weeks? Will the cervix dialate at all behind baby head
Yes: It appears that you are referring to a posterior cervix which is normal. In a first pregnancy, the baby usually descends early into the pelvis and the cervix being posterior is behind the baby's head. As labor ensues, the cervix will dilate and eventually become mid position and is applied to the baby's head in preparation for delivery. ...Read more
Baby is in the head down position at 29 weeks. Is she likely to stay there? Does this increase the possibility of preterm/early delivery?
Yes and no: Since most babies deliver from the head down position it is likely to end up that way but change is possible. No, being head down does not mean you are more likely to deliver early. Be aware of your sensations and check out any early contractions with the OB to be sure you know when to come in for an evaluation.Early labor can be stopped so baby has a better chance to avoid newborn intensive care. ...Read more
At what week does baby usually position it's self in a downward position for birth? I'm 25 weeks and my baby girl is already positioned.is this normal
Kneeling position: The knee chest position (with the pelvis higher than the head) may help your baby turn around. And come head first. ...Read more
Adult teeth growing in over baby teeth? Our son seems to have an adult tooth that is growing in front or a baby tooth without the baby tooth falling out. Is this something i'd need to schedule a special dentist appointment for?
Yes!: You can't have 2 teeth in the same spot at the same time. So, if the baby tooth has not fallen out when it should the adult tooth will erupt in the wrong place. Once the dentist has removed the baby tooth the adult tooth may move into the space by itself, or it may need to be guided by an orthodontist. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Most any postion: This early in pregnancy, the fetus may be in most any position. In the last trimester the baby should settle into a head down position. If not, procedures may be attempted to make the baby be head down. If it is not, then most likely a c-section will be carried out. At 24-26 weeks, the fetus may be somersaulting? ...Read more
Say a straight erection is a 90 degree angle. Mine leans to the left. Middle of my erection is an 80 deg angle. Left edge is 70. Normal?
This sounds to be: within normal range. Many men have a slight "bend" or angle especially noticeable when the penis is erect. The theory is that the chambers in the shaft of the penis-- that engorge with blood when erect--have developed unequally in size. When it is severe and the angle is 45 degrees or more, especially if painful, an evaluation is warranted for Peyronie's disease. Stay well:) ...Read more
Maybe: You can either do a version or most likely for what is best for you have an elective c/s for breech. Some patients depending on the number of previous deliveries might even attempt a vaginal delivery. Talk with you OB and a plan of action between you and your OB can be determined. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 35.5 weeks pregnant. Baby's weight or growth rate is in the 22 percentile last Fri. At what percentile below the threshold 20 percentile is an indication that the baby needs to be induced earlier?
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If till 35 or 36 wk of pregnancy baby is in breech position. Can baby still change its position. Can verginial delivery possible in breech babies?
Wear a 2 unit nesbit. Will abutted teeth move out of position when near future involves gum grafting of an abutted tooth (cannot wear nesbit)?
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