Turning a Breech Baby with Acupuncture

Breech Baby

Turning a Breech Baby with Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

Do you want to avoid a C-Section?

Do you want to avoid having your baby turned by manual manipulation?

The solution is the right combination of Acupuncture and Moxibustion.  Chinese Medicine is simply a safe, gentle and natural way to help relax you and turn a breech baby into the right position.

How Can I Turn a Breech Baby?

to get started just ring us 01-2914557 and book your appointment. Locations in Clane, Dunboyne and Dublin

Covid 19 Limited time offer while current supplies last: We will give you Moxa sticks to turn a breech baby for FREE if you have a mailing address in Ireland. No charge for the moxa sticks & no charge for the postage.

Why totally FREE?  Because it is our way of giving back & being in this Pandemic situation “all together”.  We care about your situation.

Just email us with “Free Moxa stick Offer” in the subject line at info@fertilityacupuncture.ie & we will get back to you to arrange.

How can Acupuncture and Moxibustion help turn a breech baby?

By around 8 months, there’s not much room or space for a baby to move in the uterus. Here at Bring It On we use a combination of Pregnancy Acupuncture and Moxibustion to turn breech babies. Bring It On has developed a unique and highly effective Pregnancy Acupuncture treatment to aid and compliment the Moxibustion treatment to turn breech babies. The Bring It On Pregnancy Acupuncture for breech babies helps to facilitate the turning process by helping to relax mother specifically where she needs it, thus creating the space for baby to turn with ease. The Acupuncture combined with moxibustion (moxa) yields great results.

to get started just ring us 01-2914557 and book your appointment
At Bring It On we derive great satisfaction from helping women avoid C-Sections and manual manipulations by helping to get their babies to turn into the right position so they can have a normal vaginal delivery.

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What is Moxa / Moxibustion to turn Breech Babies?

Moxa is the herb mugwort which is pre-rolled into a cylinder like shape and referred to as a moxa roll. Moxibustion is a technique that entails the lighting the end of the mugwort moxa roll as you would a candle. You do not inhale or smoke the herb. When the moxa roll begins to throw off heat, the roll is positioned over an acupuncture point to pleasantly warm the point that, according to Chinese medicine, uniquely has the effect of stimulating your baby’s activity enough that the baby gently changes position on their own.
Pregnancy Acupuncture and Moxa are safely and gently used turn breech babies lying in positions undesirable for a natural vaginal delivery. Here at Bring It On we expertly use the branches of Chinese Medicine called Moxibustion and Pregnancy Acupuncture to turn breech babies.

to get started just ring us 01-2914557 and book your appointment

Once your baby turns in to the correct position, you may be interested in Hypnobirthing.   Click here to learn more about hypnobirthing cd’s

What are breech babies?

Approximately 3 in 100 babies approach their delivery date in a breech position. The normal position, in which the baby is head-down, is called Occiput Anterior or a cephalic presentation. Breech baby positions are described using the following terms:
• Breech baby: This the most common position, the baby’s bottom is down.
• Complete breech baby: In a complete breech position, the baby is bottom-first with knees bent and crossed indian style.
• Frank breech baby: The baby is bottom first with the legs extended up, with feet near the head;
• Footling breech baby: This is when one leg is lowered over the cervix and one foot is poised to come out first.
• Occiput posterior: This position is similar to the normal, except that the baby faces the mother’s front, instead of her back. During labour these babies may rotate to the easier to deliver occiput anterior position.
• Transverse/ shoulder or oblique position: A baby in this transverse position is lying sideways, usually with their shoulders or back over the cervix.
• Sometimes referred to as a Rare Abnormal Delivery Positions: This includes face-first, brow-first, and compound, in which a hand or foot emerges from the birth canal with the head or buttocks.

to get started on your way to a normal delivery just ring us 01-2914557 and book your appointment

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