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When it comes to navigating their way down the birth canal, the best position for babies is head first and face down. Babies who go through labor and delivery on their backs have a harder time wiggling through. And babies who are feet first (or breech)--well, those infants usually come out via C-section.
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Unless a doctor has luck turning them around while they are still in utero. And that's what this M.D. from the Royal Sussex Hospital in Brighton, England, tries on a woman who's 36 weeks pregnant. Before he starts, though, he warns the mom-to-be that it's going to be uncomfortable--and sure enough, she does get very red about half way through the procedure.
But you'll be so stunned at what you're watching that you won't even realize two minutes have passed--and he's done. Just keep your eye on her belly and you'll literally see the baby turning. Amazing!