baby's position

July 2017
Parents;Jul2017, Vol. 92 Issue 7, p118
The article offers suggestions for improving wrong positions of baby in stomach including scheduling an external cephalic version with doctor, taking walks and stretching calves for loosening the ligaments and connective tissue, and avoiding leaning back with posterior baby.


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