At just 50 percent, an outside turn has, statistically speaking, a relatively low success rate. If you have already given birth vaginally, the chances are slightly higher. You should also know that an outward turn is a medical procedure. Therefore, complications are also possible. However, these occur very rarely. Still, your child will be closely monitored during the shift. The heartbeat and labor of the child are measured. In an emergency, the baby is delivered by cesarean section. The clinic staff is well prepared for these cases.