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Avatar Mpriy...
i scanned my baby from 9th to 20th weeks but my baby position is transverse facing downwards to my cervix and cervix length is 3.2cm. now i am worring about my baby transverse position, what i want to do to change this position?

now i am 5months pregnant,i scanned anomaly scan in that report my doctor said all growth is normal and my baby position is transversed full body is facing down towards my cervix that is no problem about this facing as she told. But i am afraid of my baby's position because this position is continued from my first scan so i am very confused. can tell me will my baby change its position,when? so what should i do for this?

Jane ...
Answer: Hi, At five months pregnant the baby's current position is not a guarantee they will remain this way. Your baby is still small enough and mobile enough to change their position in your uterus many times before your due date. There is nothing you can or should be doing at this stage to change their position. Speak with your maternity care provider about your concerns. If there is reason to, you may need another scan when closer to your due date. At that time, if necessary, you'll be advised about what safe options may be considered. Best Jane
Answered: 04 Jun 2016