Breech position simply means that the baby’s head is positioned at the top of your uterus. If you know that your baby is breech prior to your Pink-A-Blue we do advise you reschedule you appointment a few weeks to allow more time for the baby to turn into the vertex or head down position. Good pictures can be obtained with breech babies but are much more likely if the baby is head down. However, some babies remain breech until very late in the pregnancy or never turn. If this is the case, you can still have a Pink-A-Blue and we should be able to get good images as long as you have plenty of amniotic fluid.
/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web-use.png 0 0 pinkasandy /wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web-use.png pinkasandy2016-04-15 11:52:372016-05-10 18:34:02What if my baby is breech?