The Position of The Fetus

During pregnancy, due to the ultrasound we know at all times the position of the fetus, but the doctor can know in that position is through a vaginal scan or Leopold maneuvers.

The position of the baby at the time of birth is of vital importance for the development of a normal delivery, so we are worried to know in each visit, which is his position and if normally evolves.

If baby is crossed, if it came face or buttocks, could resort to Cesarean delivery. On the other hand, if you say that the baby is in posterior position, i.e., your spine is supported in yours and presenting a part of the head that is not the Crown, childbirth can be more slowly and with more difficulty on the way down, but be a vaginal birth.

It is not very common that the baby is crossed, but happens, is stretched out on his back and head can have it on the left or right of the abdomen of the mother. Also is very rare in diagonal position or “shoulders”, but both situations are often allergies moms that have more than three children.
In the course of the pregnancy, as the head of the fetus is growing, this revolves on the inside of the uterus to fit the skull in the pelvis. This usually happens from the seventh month, staying until the day of birth, especially in first-time moms. If having more children, the baby can change position before birth, if it is properly placed, misplaced it or vice versa. The reason is the distension of the abdominal and uterine muscles caused by previous deliveries, so baby can move in recent weeks with ease.
The ideal position of the baby to be born is longitudinally, the column of mother and son are parallel, supporting the child in the mother’s abdomen, with its head down, and Crown embedded into the maternal pelvis.
No study has shown that certain exercises to collaborate and help change the position of the fetus during pregnancy, but there are positions that can help in the labor, as you lie on your side or upside down a few times. But are the specialists who will determine what is the best position to help your baby born.

Gallery

21 Weeks Pregnant: Symptoms, Belly Size And Baby’s Development

21 Weeks Pregnant: Symptoms, Belly Size And Baby’s Development

Source: www.pampers.com

ECOBUNS BABY + CO. Blog: Meghan’s Pregnancy Update: 25 Weeks

ECOBUNS BABY + CO. Blog: Meghan's Pregnancy Update: 25 Weeks

Source: ecobuns.blogspot.com

Breech Birth Injury Attorneys

Breech Birth Injury Attorneys

Source: www.abclawcenters.com

The limb with abnormal angulations

The limb with abnormal angulations

Source: www.sonoworld.com

Placental Abruption

Placental Abruption

Source: www.abclawcenters.com

internal podalic version in obstetrics………..

internal podalic version in obstetrics...........

Source: www.usmleforum.com

Category Items

Category Items

Source: betterbirths.rcm.org.uk

Right Aortic Arch, Double Aortic Arch, and Aberrant …

Right Aortic Arch, Double Aortic Arch, and Aberrant ...

Source: obgynkey.com

ABNORMAL PRESENTATIONS: SINCIPUT, BROW, FACE

ABNORMAL PRESENTATIONS: SINCIPUT, BROW, FACE

Source: slideplayer.com

Ventose and forceps delivery for undergraduate

Ventose and forceps delivery for undergraduate

Source: www.slideshare.net

1-DRUGS AFFECTING UTERINE MUSCLE CONTRACTILITY

1-DRUGS AFFECTING UTERINE MUSCLE CONTRACTILITY

Source: slideplayer.com

Chorioamnionitis and Villitis (Maternal Infection)

Chorioamnionitis and Villitis (Maternal Infection)

Source: www.abclawcenters.com

Methodology of Doppler assessment of the placental & fetal …

Methodology of Doppler assessment of the placental & fetal ...

Source: sonoworld.com

Ind madina

Ind madina

Source: www.slideshare.net

Shoulder Dystocia

Shoulder Dystocia

Source: www.neurologyadvisor.com

Cord prolapse

Cord prolapse

Source: www.slideshare.net

Breech Birth Injury Attorneys

Breech Birth Injury Attorneys

Source: www.abclawcenters.com

Appendix

Appendix

Source: healthool.com

Musculoskeletal disorder

Musculoskeletal disorder

Source: slideplayer.com

Female Genitalia

Female Genitalia

Source: www.studyblue.com