One of the most commonly asked questions about turning the baby. What should I do when the baby has turned? Should I continue with moxa-therapy or stop at that stage? My advice is that you are able to stop moxa-therapy once an echogram/ultrasound has confirmed that your baby has turned. Once the baby has turned to a head down presentation after week 33, chances are very small that it will turn back again. Therefore, when you feel that your baby is in a different position or that its activity is happening in a totally different spot, or if you simply feel the turn, contact your midwife or gynaecologist to request a presentation/position echogram. If this is not available in the short term, just continue with your moxa-therapy. Moxa treatment will not cause your baby to return to a breech position, because in a head down presentation its heaviest body structure (the head) is at the bottom and turning against gravity is unlikely to happen. Just think about a bottom weighted cup; one of these cups does not tip over because it has a weight in the bottom. Very handy for children as you will no doubt discover in a few months’ time... J. This is the same principle as a head presentation and this principle also makes babies turn from a breech- to a head down presentation. Moxa therapy facilitates this.