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If your baby doesn't want to turn around, it's a good idea to try out the practices that, if not in large numbers, have led to success.
If all goes well, the baby will turn around on its own
The Enkin-féle tournament The essence of this is that you should spend at least 15 minutes in the pentathlete position for at least 15 minutes, and this should be repeated once or twice a week. This posture, due to gravity, encourages the child to turn the head down. Put a workbook on a daily basis, and - to make it less boring - read the passage in between.Other methods
Acupuncture, which is very popular in eastern cultures, can be effective in reversing a baby's tail, but it requires the intervention of a skilled practitioner. Cold and warm. Put an icy compress on top of your belly and warm on the bottom. The baby will move up on the warm side. There are also other conventional methods that can help the fetus in a cephalic position. The best known among these is the waist below, twisted blanket method (you should spend at least 10-15 minutes a day lying down), but illuminating the lower half of the tummy It is also very popular with small children (babies are invitingly above the light). Regular, at least one hour of walking per hour can be useful as gravity puts the baby's head above the pool.
Doctor is doing it tooIn our country, it is not uncommon for a physician to be 37-40. between weeks he tries to turn the baby upside down. Operation for ECV (external version of cephalicus), which is your doctor's pressure on your stomach. This method works in two thirds of cases, but it is less successful in women expecting their first child. According to a study by Stanford University School of Medicine,Other useful articles:
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