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Is this called fetal position? If yes, can we say:


She is sitting in fetal position.


Or: She is sitting with her head bowed closed to abdomen.

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I just googled fetal position, and this is what appeared on the top of my display...

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...so I think that's sufficient evidence that OP's picture does indeed depict the "fetal position".


EDIT: In case @JasonBassford's comment below gets deleted...

The actual syntax of the sentence asked about is wrong—it needs an article.
People don't sit in fetal position.
They sit in a / the fetal position.

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    Except, that aside, the actual syntax of the sentence asked about is wrong—it needs an article. People don't sit in fetal position, they sit in a / the fetal position. Jun 23 '19 at 15:20
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    @JasonBassford: Good point. But is it significant that I didn't even notice the error? Jun 23 '19 at 15:43

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