Does this mean that she is head down but not engaged? Thanx Lisa and Bump 33 weeks today:) xx.
What does everyone have written here on their notes for babys Im nearly 39 weeks and mine says Cephalic and Free does this mean the.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Cephalic presentation. Smellie dutch-internship.com Vertex presentation, occiput anterior, William Smellie, Specialty · Obstetrics · Edit this on Wikidata. A cephalic presentation or head presentation or head-first presentation is a situation at The Occipito-Anterior position is ideal for birth - it.
Meaning of abbreviations used in maternity notes. Urine test results C: cephalic (head first – also called as vertex). B or Br: bottom first or 5/5 = free. 4/5 = sitting on the pelvic brim. 3/5 = lower but most still above the brim. 2/5 = engaged, as.
What does this mean? Cephalic free? it just means that the baby is head down (not breech) and its not yet engaged (i.e its still free).
In my ante-natal booklet it mentions that bub is Cephalic which I looked online and found that it means headdown - but does anyone know what.
Does anyone know what this means in terms of how baby is laying?? Cephalic (ceph)means head down, and free means the head isn't engaged at all. Pretty much throughout whole of my pregnancy so far no matter what.
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Cephalic presentation means the delivery is more likely to be normal. A baby's position at the end of pregnancy can reveal a lot as to how the baby is going to.