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Pregnant, baby keeps kicking, feels foot coming out. Is there a way to change babies position?

I am 24 weeks and the baby is sitting very low. the baby keeps kicking my cervix and its extremely uncomfortable. It feels like a foot coming out. Is there a way to change babies position? Will the baby stay this low for the rest of the pregnancy?
Asked On : Thu, 22 Mar 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
normally the baby will not be in constant position while in uterus, it will be moving because of amniotic fluid,
so may be because of the pressure of the gestational sac on cervix you are feeling that baby is kicking,
you better visit gynecologist once and get examined to rule out and bulge of membranes,
try to sleep in left lateral position,
and avoid prolonged standing or sitting in same position,
amniotic fluid will mobilize the baby, so you can go for ultrasound to rule out any abnormalities in amniotic fluid.
take care.
Answered: Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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