So I went for my 2nd sonogram today..confirmed that we are havin a boy:))yay! But...they did tell me he was breech. At 24wks he was head down now his head is in my left rib cage! Told m not to worry he still has time to turn. This is my third child and ne ver had this happen before. Also never had a c-section and tht scares me a lil bit jst in case I did have to have one. Anyone else had this problem? But other than tht he is a healthy boy. 28wks and 2 days! Finally got to c him in a 3D pic today..so happy!!
I'm sure he will turn. You still have lota of time and even tho space is cramped in there I had a friend whose baby kept flipping back and forth head up head down until 39 weeks. They finallyjust took him c section cuz he was head up but I wouldn't worry to much about it.. congrats on having a boy.
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