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With frequent monitoring, the risks of external cephalic version to the mother and fetus are low.
Serious complications are rare during external cephalic version.
After an external cephalic version of a breech fetus.
It can be contrasted with "internal cephalic version", which involves the hand inserted through the cervix.
External cephalic version is typically tried at term, when the fetus is less likely to turn back to breech position.
External cephalic version is a process by which a breech baby can sometimes be turned from buttocks or foot first to head first.
External cephalic version where a midwife or doctor turns the baby by manipulating the baby through the mother's abdomen.
A medical procedure called external cephalic version can sometimes successfully turn a breech fetus to head-down position before delivery.
External cephalic version.
External cephalic version, or version, is a procedure used to turn a breech fetus into a head-down (vertex) position before labor begins.
One way to try to turn the baby after 36 weeks is an external cephalic version, which involves a doctor manually rotating the baby inside the uterus.
Sometimes it is possible for a doctor to turn a baby from a breech position to a head-down position by using a procedure called an external cephalic version.
Sensitizing events during pregnancy include c-section, miscarriage, therapeutic abortion, amniocentesis, ectopic pregnancy, abdominal trauma and external cephalic version.
If you are using a midwife and your baby is in breech position, your midwife will refer you to a doctor for an external cephalic version or a scheduled C-section.
A study of 260 Chinese women at 33 weeks of pregnancy demonstrated cephalic version within two weeks in 75% of fetuses carried by patients who were treated with moxibustion, as opposed to 48% in the control group.
A Cochrane Review concluded that simple maternal hydration appears to increase amniotic fluid volume and may be beneficial in the management of oligohydramnios and prevention of oligohydramnios during labour or prior to external cephalic version.
A 2012 Cochrane review stated that there is "some evidence" that moxibustion may be useful for reducing the need for external cephalic version, but well-designed randomised controlled trials were needed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of moxibustion.