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This happens relatively often, but it may correct itself when the baby moves again, or your doctor asks you to change positions. However, if it happens when the baby is moving through the birth canal, it may get compressed long enough to be unhealthy for the baby. If the problem continues, cesarean, forceps, or vacuum delivery may be needed.
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