Exercise For Turning Breech Baby – Part 1


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This exercise will help you align the baby in the correct birth position in case of breech position where baby’s buttocks or legs are in the birth canal.

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Turning Breech Baby — 1:

• 97% of babies are in the head down position at time of birth
• In a breech, baby enters the birth canal with legs or buttocks
• In such case, cesarean section may be required
• This exercise helps baby turn into the correct birth position

Exercise Technique:

1. Use a non-slip mat to ensure that you do not slip
2. Get into the all fours position on hands and knees
3. Keep your arms under your shoulders and your knees hip
width apart
4. Your spine should be in a straight line
5. Plant your toes firmly in the non-slip mat
6. Gently raise your knees of the mat
7. Walk forwards 4 steps and then backwards 4 steps
8. Rest
9. Repeat 4 times

Warning signs:

• Pain in the pelvis, vagina, or groin
• Abdominal discomfort
• Shortness of breath
• Leakage or bleeding from the vagina
• Dizziness
• Exceptional fetal activity


• Start this exercise in the 32nd week
• Ensure there is no cord around the baby’s neck
• Best results are gained between weeks 32 & 36
• Avoid exercising on an empty stomach

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