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In the 34th - 36th week of pregnancy, fetuses tend to turn their head down.

Pregnant women are really interested in and curious about fetal positions in the womb. You always wonder where your babies are so that you can play with them, don’t you? Let’s find out!

There’re many fetal positions in the womb.

There’re many fetal positions in the womb.

In first months: Freely choose location

In common, in the 4th week of pregnancy (counting from the moment that you’re officially pregnant, it’s the second week of pregnancy), your baby is an embryo and moves from fallopian tubes to the uterus. In the uterus, the embryo will find a suitable location to attach to. When stable, the embryo starts to be divided into 2 cell groups: one fast develops into a placenta, other develops into a fetus.

In the womb, the fetus grows non-stop through months and the fetal location also changed a lot; sometimes the head is up, other time it turns down.

From the 32th to 34th weeks: Start to stabilize location

From 32th to 36th weeks of pregnancy, fetuses start kicking.

From 32th to 36th weeks of pregnancy, fetuses start kicking.

However, from 32th to the 36th weeks of pregnancy, you can feel the head of fetus from the lower abdomen, under the navel because its feet keep stamping on the upper abdomen… There are some women that have feeling about some parts of the fetus sooner than the period of time. At the moment, the fetal head is not strong enough to define precisely that it is the head.

Before born, it is good for the delivery if the heads of the fetuses are fit in the pelvis. The heads of the fetus will get harder when calcium focuses on the skulls; you will have obvious feelings about baby’s head. 

From 32th to 34th weeks, obstetricians can examine and explore the womb to define the location of the fetus. Additionally, that location can be changed for times during pregnancy.

34th-36th weeks of pregnancy: Stabilize location

In the 34th-36th weeks of pregnancy, fetuses tend to turn their head down.

In the 34th-36th weeks of pregnancy, fetuses tend to turn their head down.

In the 34th to 36th weeks of the pregnancy, fetuses tend to go to a fixed location where they lie in with their heads in the pelvis and wait to be born. If fetal head is in the opposite side in the 37th week, it’s possible that it will turn to the right side; however, it’s getting harder for that possibility to happen when it comes to the last period of pregnancy.

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