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I need to know what my doctor means by the frank breech position.
A frank breech position is when the babies rear end is presented downwards instead of the babies head. It may be necessary to have a c-section if this occurs.
It is most common type, for women having their first baby. The baby's bottom sits over the woman's cervix, their hips are flexed and their legs are extended.
This means the baby is positioned with its butt down and legs extended upward. This is considered to be the safest of breech positions to be presented.
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