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    A baby who isn't head down by now can still turn.

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    A baby who isn't head down by now can still turn.

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    Your uterus is pretty cramped, so while it's unlikely that your baby will be able to wriggle out of a bottom-down (breech) position on his or her own, it is possible.


    Your doctor may offer you a procedure called external cephalic version (ECV) to turn your baby into the correct head-down position for labor. If that doesn't work, you can discuss other delivery options, including whether you need a C-section.

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    Your uterus is pretty cramped, so while it's unlikely that your baby will be able to wriggle out of a bottom-down (breech) position on his or her own, it is possible.


    Your doctor may offer you a procedure called external cephalic version (ECV) to turn your baby into the correct head-down position for labor. If that doesn't work, you can discuss other delivery options, including whether you need a C-section.

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