When a baby is breech, there is a possibility a cesarean section might need to be performed. But before such an invasive procedure is done, doctors will usually try to turn the baby around while it's still inside the mother.
Jess Muckleston arrived at Royal Sussex Hospital 36 weeks into her pregnancy. The doctors determined her baby was breech and they'd perform an external cephalic version. The procedure can be very uncomfortable so naturally, Jess was nervous.
The doctor began the procedure by massaging the expecting mother's stomach. Then he attempts to turn the baby into the head-down position. A few minutes later they check on the baby using an ultrasound.
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