I am almost 33 weeks and my baby has pretty much been in the same position-breech for the whole pregnancy. I can't remember with my first pregnancy when my dd turned and I'm getting concerned! I'm also measuring a week ahead and it makes me worry even more that the baby will get too big to tun. When did your baby turn?? Thanks!
I am in the same boat as well. I am 34 weeks and don't remember when my other two dd's turned. I've been breech the entire time as well. I am going Thursday for a u/s and they will let me know if they are going to turn her etc...
My last baby was breech at 31 weeks and stayed there, he never moved, I tried everything even chiropractor and acupuncture but he wouldn't budge. I eventually had a c-section at 37 weeks as I also had excess amniotic fluid and was measuring 46 cm's by then! He was 8lb 10oz, it looks like he just got to big to turn in those final weeks in my case. I have heard of babaies being breech right up until labour started and then they flipped at the last minute though so don't worry yet.
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