When it comes to giving birth, one common concern for new mums is their baby laying bottom up (which is what happens in the case of breech babies), and the impact it can have on their birthing plan. Breech is very common in early pregnancy, but by weeks 36-37, most babies will turn themselves into the head-first position as a natural movement. If your baby remains in this breech position, it can mean that your birth may be considered a little more high risk.

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