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Turning a Breech Baby with ECV (External Cephalic Version)

I have written a post on an ECV (External Cephalic Version) used to turn a breech baby into the head down position ready for birth.

You can also view the page at: www.watkissonline.co.uk/ecv which is a better way to bookmark the entry as I will always try and keep this link active even if the site is redesigned.

One Response to “Turning a Breech Baby with ECV (External Cephalic Version)”

  1. WatkissOnline - Stewart’s Blog » Blog Archive » Blog is now One Year Old Says:

    […] ith our baby on the way, and still in the breach position she was turned using an ECV. Turning a Breech Baby with ECV (External Cephalic Version) She was then born as a beautiful baby […]


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