The following types of presentation: transverse, pelvic, head and oblique. Transverse and oblique position is always resolved by caesarean section, at the head position of the fetus during childbirth in a natural way, breech is also recommended to carry out the operation.

Determination of the form of presentation of the fetus is diagnosed when the conduct: ultrasound, three-dimensional ultrasound, vaginal or obstetric study. Are these procedures before birth in the maternity ward. The most accurate is the diagnosis of the presentation of the fetus, performed after 35 weeks of pregnancy. But after 36 weeks a baby in the womb usually takes the position in which to be born.

Determination of the position of the fetus is very important when monitoring the progress of pregnancy, which is necessary to determine how the delivery and tokie to prevent possible complications during childbirth.

Causes of transverse presentation of the fetus

Transverse fetal presentation is the wrong position of the fetus. This position of the fetus means that the closer to the exit of the uterus is the back of the fetus, and pelvic end and the head are located in the lateral parts of the uterus. It is the position of the fetus is absolutely not allow the child to be born.

Causes incorrect presentation of the fetus can be: narrow pelvis of the expectant mother, polyhydramnios or oligohydramnios, the presence of a tumor of the uterus, the placenta is too low or there are abnormalities in its development. Also significant factors affecting the position of the fetus may be too short umbilical cord, or entanglement of her neck, scars on the uterus after the operation, multiple pregnancy or degeneration of the myometrium.

Recommendations in case of incorrect fetal presentation

If the fetus in the womb adopts the wrong position, the woman recommended the implementation of special complex of exercises which helps to turn the baby. But to perform such gymnastics, there are the following contraindications: severe extragenital diseases, the presence of scars on the uterus from previous surgeries, preeclampsia in pregnancy, placenta previa and uterine tumors.

When not complicated by pathologies and the transverse position of the fetus, pregnancy often occurs without any features. In the case of complications during labor there is a possibility of rupture of the uterus, or even death, so in this situation the fetus, especially when combined with pathology, shown birth only by caesarean section.

If it is impossible to give birth the natural way, the woman should be a few weeks before the anticipated date of birth to enroll in a maternity hospital.