Breech presentation

In the case of a breech, the buttocks or feet are down. Approximately 3 to 4% of the unborn is in this reversed posture, which is an additional risk factor during childbirth. Up to 32…

Occipital position

Up to about 32 weeks of pregnancy, your baby has plenty of room to turn around, and then this becomes increasingly difficult. Most babies come to the occipital position in a natural way around 32…

Indeling your baby

When you lower your baby, your baby will sink deeper into the pelvis. On average, this happens between 30 and 38 weeks of pregnancy, but it is also possible that your baby will start to…