You will probably want to know what position the baby is in now.
If you are uncertain, an ultrasound can be carried out to confirm that. The baby should preferably have taken a position with the head downward, which most of them do naturally. However, some children choose to position themselves for breech birth, i.e., with the butt down. If the baby is in such a position, try to get help repositioning the baby from a physician. Some municipalities would suggest turning the baby’s position now while some others would suggest doing so around week 36-37. If repositioning is unsuccessful, a decision will then be made whether to proceed with a vaginal birth or have a caesarean section carried out.