Breech position


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Breech position

When a child is oriented feet first in the mother's uterus just before delivery.
Mentioned in: Antenatal Testing
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Haydn said: "Laura was booked in for a Caesarean section on January 2 because Archie was in the breech position, but he decided to come earlier.
He was in the breech position but this wasn't diagnosed until his mother was in an advanced stage of labour.
FACED WITH A TOUGH DECISION LEYLA Battista was part of the study as her child, Luca, was in the breech position before birth.
Noah was in the breech position and, after he was delivered, doctors battled for an hour to save him.
0 per cent of pregnancies the baby might be in breech position when it's time to deliver.
Eric Bentolila, that the baby was in a breech position.
He ordered her in for an immediate ultrasound, which revealed a fifteen-week old fetus in the breech position with a heart rate of 102 bpm.
Polly had suffered a difficult pregnancy and Elisa, who was in the footlong breech position, was born eight weeks early by Caesarian section.
Babies in a breech position (their legs are nearest to the birth canal) are usually delivered by Caesarean.
Bentolila or the on-call physician that the baby was in breech position.