at 32 weeks i found out my baby is breeched..now im 34 weeks feels like baby is now transverse bc both ribs hurt like crazy..im measuring 2 1/2 weeks ahead and this is my 3rd baby..my last two were always head down. what are chances my baby will go head down. ive been doing all kinds of things to help it to go head down but nothing is working. anyone else find a way to get baby to go head down
My baby was breach at 32 weeks too... and still at 35 he was breach..... or I felt like he was transverse
just like you....but at 36 weeks he had turned...
I didn't quite believe mw tho.... I still thought
He was either breach or transverse up until last
Night.... he always felt uncomfortable and his
kicks hurt me. But had to go delivery last night
As I'd not felt him move for a few hours and
Went in to be checked..... he is head down... I'm 39
Weeks now.. your mw should request a scan
At about 37 weeks if baby hasn't turned by then.
You can help by going on all 4's giving baby
More room to help him turn.
I heard swimming is great to help baby get in position. I swim a lot. I swim for ten minutes then get out for 5 min then get in again for 20 minutes. The whole time I make sure to keep drinking water. I don't recommend swimming too deep stay in the 3ft-4ft. In case you cramp up or if your alone.
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