That's my occiput...Read about head-down fetal positions here. Go to the Breech section to read about head-up babies.

The Belly Mapping how-to article may give you clues to your own baby's position.

Occiput Transverse

ROTOcciput Transverse (OT or OL)

The baby is facing the hip. (Occiput Lateral in the UK, AUS and NZ.) 

"Please explain why it is better for a baby to be positioned LOT (Left Occiput Transverse) as opposed to ROT (Right Occiput Transverse) for birth? What can be done to encourage baby to turn from ROT?"

 

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