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Malposition of Fetus (breech presentation)

Treat after 30 or more weeks if the fetus has not turned. Keep close watch to see if turning is happening. Treat continuously for 3 days, after this time if the fetus is not moving, the treatment will not work.


Qi and Blood deficiency
Acupuncture mild moxa, *no needles, foot Taiyang and Yangming, *BL 67, 23, ST 36

Liver Qi stagnation
Acupuncture mainly moxa, foot Taiyang and Jueyin, *BL 67, 18, LR 3, ST 36


Alternative Treatment Methods
electrical- ST 36, BL 67, 10-15 minutes (medium stimulation) on the 1st day, 15-20 minutes on the 2nd day, 20-25 minutes on the 3rd day.
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