Just some brief information about the two different breech presentations. You have no doubt already heard of the terms complete breech and frank breech. These terms refer to the position of the baby’s legs. In a complete breech, your baby presents with its head up in a foetal position, with its knees flexed and drawn up. Whereas in a frank breech, the baby’s legs are straight and lie upwards against its trunk. The latter position can be less favourable, as the baby is less able to push itself long and this somewhat reduces the changes of the baby being able to turn spontaneously. There are no definite statistics on this. It is also possible that one of the baby’s legs is extended and the other one is flexed.
For moxa-therapy there are no statistics about this either. Related research does not refer to this type of presentation. This is no reason for not doing it either. Moxa-therapy is a safe method for significantly increasing the changes of the baby turning spontaneously.