The Fetal Station In Labor And Delivery (1)

The fetal station in labor and delivery (1)

The fetal station in labor and delivery

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The fetal station in labor and delivery
Being closer to the birth, it is important to know whether the fetus is in the right position for the birth process or not. Generally, entering the third trimester, the baby will move more actively in the womb to the position of labor, towards the pelvis. Knowing the position of the fetus in the right place for labor or not is important for mothers.

If the baby's position is right, the labor process will be easier. The right position of the baby for normal labor is called the occiput anterior. The baby is facing down and his body is facing the mother's back. The head of the fetus will generally start moving towards the pelvis at 28 to 32 weeks' pregnancy. But some new fetuses entering the pelvis not long before labor begins.

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