with my first 3 pregnancies, my babies heads were down the whole time, or at least every u/s. They stayed that way until birth. With my last baby she was breach untill 37 weeks and desided to turn before the doctors did it for her:~)
Babies still have room to move up untill the end. But if baby has been down more than likely h/she will stay that way once you get into your weeks 30's althoung they can still twist and turn:~)
It just depends, my oldest never turned, I ended up with a c-section partially becuase she was breech and partially becuase there was no fluid. My next 4 were all head down by 30 weeks and stayed that way. This time my little girl was head down at my 28 week appt but was frank breech at my 30 wk appt this past thursday. On Average babies will settle into position around 34-35 weeks. But of course each baby is different.
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