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Fetal Position At 7 Months117 Views
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Description: By the 7 month mark, your doctor will be able to tell if your baby is in the correct birthing position. Watch this video to learn more about fetal position at 7 months.
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At your next pre-natal appointment, it’s possible to tell, by palpating the belly, whether your baby is lying headfirst or feet-first in your womb. Babies who are in the breech-or feet-first-position have almost three months left to turn around—and most fetuses do. Some babies may remain in the breech position and may need to be delivered via c-section.