In the old days they would suggest that the mother get on the bed, get on all four's, rest on your elbow's with your hiney in the air and try to stay like that for at least 10 minutes. Repeat several times a day. I've heard from many mother's that the baby DID turn and they were able to deliver naturally. It's an old wive's tale, but it can't hurt to try it. Maybe you should ask your doctor first, just to be sure. Since you are 34 weeks, there may not be enough room for your baby to make the full turn into the head down position. I wish you the very best of luck.
Heather from the MS Forum
thanks....they will have hung in there 2 weeks past Em....im worried about baby b because they are saying he will be smaller than Em was and just barely 4 lbs....baby a we are expecting to be ok which is great news....looks like ill be spending the thanksgiving holiday in the hospital and be alone most of the time
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