My son was facing backwards when I was pregnant. It is safe for delivery, but unfortunately, it was intense back labor, and his shoulders were caught up on my pelvic bone, causing me to have a c-section after 7 hours of labor. It is more common for babies to be facing backwards or back/side, presumably the baby's back is to your front. This is also much easier when you are in labor. I am not sure why the previous answerer had such a hard time but it was not because the baby was facing backwards. It is more common for babies to be facing backwards or back/side, presumably the baby's back is to your front. This is also much easier when you are in labor. I am not sure why the previous answerer had such a hard time but it was not because the baby was facing backwards.
It should be fine to pull it backwards.
Lobsters can swim both forward and backwards. They swim backwards when they are facing their prey. If the lobster were to turn around and swim away they would be vulnerable to their prey. So by keeping their claws out and facing their prey they can defend themselves.
There are several marsupials with backwards-facing pouches. They include:wombatkoalaGreater bilbyplanigalequollsome species of phascogale also have a backwards facing pouch
The backwards-facing pouch is useful to burrowing animals because it means that, when the female digs, the dirt does not fly into the pouch. The joey is thus protected.
He had two faces on his head. One facing forwards and one facing backwards.
Using their wings OK
The backwards facing pouch keeps dirt away from the joey when the mother is burrowing.
For a small baby (4 months qualifies), the car seat should be 1) mostly reclined, and 2) facing backwards. And also - for all kids in car seats - in the BACK seat, not the front.
If it is facing in the opposite direction of travel it will slow down.
The flag is not worn backwards but is worn, "facing home." This is a regulation that was ordered by the Department of the U.S. Army, Army regulation 670-1.
Yes. Wombats have a backward facing pouch so when they dig their burrows, the soil does not get into their pouch and damage the developing joey.
No. All of a wombat's feet face forwards. The female wombat's pouch is the only backwards-facing part of the wombat. It faces backwards so that, when the mother digs a burrow, the dirt does not get into the pouch.
If a baby is born facing up it is in a posterior position. Their is a greater risk of postpartum hemorrhage for the mother and a lower Apgar score for baby.
You need to make the screen look like a chess board i.e. alternate them facing forward and facing backwards using the pawn facing forward.
Husband came home and baby had her head arched backwards, this is why he felt she had a seizure
A baby usually is ok - but beware, if the child should inhale a sufficient quantity, a pneumonia (chemical pneumonitis ) may develop.
A baby facing up (baby looking toward your belly) is called posterier. Face down (looking at your spine) is anterior.
The advantage of the backwards-facing pouch is that, when the wombat digs, there is less chance of dirt falling into the pouch.
They are curious and want to know that the baby is OK
as a baby hey ok this is answerqueen6789 ok so life begins as a baby sweetie Adam and eve had a baby so yeah not an egg but good question
no Alicia keys has not had her baby yet although she did fall on her back at a concert by walking backwards.
I'm sure it's new
it is needed because it has to climb trees.