37wks & wondering in the order of the cord wrapped around teh baby's collar?

Ok I have been watching baby story and bringing home little one etc and it seems like on the shows a cord wrapped around the neck is no big promise. Would a doctor be able to know about that before the infant is born. This just really creeps me out and is why I have really been counting her kick thru the day.
it depends on the situation. Most babies can be born in general with the cord around their neck with minimal concern. However in that are occasions when it can cause problems. I was a week over due and be being induced. As soon as they put the IV in with the drugs to induce we lost my little man heart beat. I was given an emergancy c section and the doctor said afterwards that the contractions be causing the cord to tense around my little mans décolletage causing the heart rate drop. He also said this is probably why i went overdue as we all thought i be going to deliver a little early. But at the end of the year my son is happy and healthy and arrived safely. Try not to ruin the expire of your pregnancy worry too much. Chances are that the cord are not around his neck and if they are then you doctors and nurses will know exactly what to do. Good Luck
old wives tale vote if you bend over or lift your hands above your head the cord can wrap but its an frail wives tale. about 25% of all births enjoy the cord wrapped around the baby's neck sometimes multiple times. so it is relatively common. 99% of the time they can unwrap the cord before the tot is even completely out. my daughter had her cord around her neck twice but she also ended up anyone a c-section (2 1/2 hours of pushing to no avail) and she is completely fine. sometimes the cord can even wrap around arms or legs. i know it is scary but just know you have lots of doctors nearby and you and you bundle of joy will be ok! congrats mama! Source(s): http://www.marchofdimes.com/printableArt…

What is a nuchal cord?
About 25 percent of babies are born with a nuchal cord (the umbilical cord wrapped around the baby's neck) (1). A nuchal cord, also called nuchal loops, on the odd occasion causes any problems. Babies with a nuchal cord are generally fighting fit.

Sometimes fetal monitoring shows heart rate abnormalities during labor and delivery in babies near a nuchal cord. This may reflect pressure on the cord. However, the pressure is rarely serious enough to create death or any lasting problems, although occasionally a cesarean delivery may be needed.

Less frequently, the umbilical cord become wrapped around other parts of the baby's body, such as a foot or hand. Generally, this doesn't harm the baby.
Answers:    MANY babies come out with the cord wrapped around the neck. This is largely not a problem, as the cord is long and stretchy. What they get you to do is not push again straight away so they can lift the cord over bubby's head past you push the body out so it doesn't tighten around the neck. If the cord is too tight to lift over the neck, or it is wrapped more than once, they clamp and cut it beforehand the rest of the baby is delivered. Generally no big deal.

I construe you may be asking about the cord being wrapped around the baby's neck contained by utero though? If this is the case, yes it happens, and yes, it's no big deal. It is hugely very rare that a cord tangling stroke of luck happens in utero and causes the destruction of an infant. VERY rare, and frankly, not worth worrying about, because there is nought you can do about it anyway. Firstly, the baby does not get it's nouns through it's neck, but the cord, so the cord would have to somehow cause a break within the baby's neck (this is impossible as far as I am aware.) The only way the atmosphere would be cut off to the baby in a cord mishap would be for some severe kink in the cord to cut of oxygen. (And I have only ever hear of this once, in a poorly developing pregnancy) Like I said, very rare.
A doctor may or may not be capable of tell if the cord is around the baby's neck in your belly (by ultrasound I assume?), but, close to anything else that is likely to distress your bub in utero, he will know how to tell by the heartbeat.
they should do a sono until that time ur due date but I had one done and they didnt say anything about the cord and my child wasn't coming down it took forever too push him out when he finally got down far enough then they realize the cord was around his neck he came out not breathing took nearly 3 Min's to get him crying freaked me out dont bend over too much the cord can go around the neck from u bending over is what i be told

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