Breech presentation

What is Breech presentation?

Presentation of any part of the pelvic extremity of the fetus, the nates, knees, or feet; more properly only of the nates; frank breech presentation occurs when the fetus presents by the pelvic extremity; the thighs may be flexed and the legs extended over the anterior surfaces of the body; in full breech presentation, the thighs may be flexed on the abdomen and the legs upon the thighs; and in footling presentation, foot presentation, the feet may be the lowest part; in incomplete foot presentation, incomplete knee presentation, one leg may retain the position that is typical of one of the above-mentioned presentations, while the other foot or knee may present.

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iam 29 weeks pregnant dr shaib,can you tell me my ultrasound report that is normal or not plz tell me iam very upset about that?altrasound in...

doctor1 MD

Hello

You have normal findings.
There is a single live fetus with breech presentation(means fetal head is towards maternal pelvis).Normal delivery...

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Hi Doctor, I just had my TIFFA scan on 31st May 2014. Single live intrauterine pregnancy in breech presentation, at 25th week. Will that lead to...

doctor1 MD

I read your query and understand your concern
Generally baby turns from breech to vertex position by end of 32 weeks as head becomes more heavy...

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hi .
My us report says approx of 25 weeks and 01 days +/-03 weeks in breech presentation with posterior placenta gr.0. I am also concern about...

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
REPORT SEEMS NORMAL, MORE DETAILS WOULD BE BETTER.

Detailed Answer:
Hi

Thanks for writing to us.

The ultrasound report findings are...

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