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Turning your baby: An external cephalic version is a procedure done by your obgyn to turn your baby from breech to cephalic (head first) position in hopes of attempting vaginal delivery thereafter. Ideally, it is performed from 37-38 weeks but varies depending on your doctor. Some try a little earlier and some will even try beyond 38 weeks. The procedure has risks that you should discuss at length with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
On my 36 weeks scan it says baby is in Presentation Cephalic 1. What does it mean exactly? Is baby engaged already?
The head is down: The baby's head is facing down in your pelvis. ...Read more
Arm: The cephalic vein is found in the upper extremity. The vein extends in line with the base of the thumb, coursing up the forearm and upper arm just in front of the deltoid muscle. The cephalic vein dumps into the larger veins of the shoulder region. The cephalic vein is often visible in body builders as the large superficial vein which courses across the deltoid shoulder region. Popular for iv's. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why is external cephalic version contraindicated in transverse lie? Why do we offer caesarean section in pregnant woman with transverse lie? Thanks.
It's not: As long as specific criteria are met (nl fluid, nl NST, no placental problems, good vag del candidate, etc...) you're halfway there! An ECV in a good candidate with an experienced OB is a good option. Otherwise, you can't deliver vaginally with a transverse lie. You risk cord prolapse, malpresentation, or maternal & fetal injury. Listen to your OB, you might have a finding that prohibits it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
32 weeks 5 days pregnant.Baby normal.Cephalic. Afi is foundout by usg is 10cm.Is this a normal value?
Yes: 5-25 cm defines normal afi.Get a more detailed answer ›
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