Hey girls im 30w+4d and i feel as if my baby is too low down already. Im not big infact ive been getting extra scans to moniter his growth but just over the past few days i feel like he is too low down, he moves around a lot which is good. Im thinking he is still in breech position as most of movements r down at my pubic bone. What do you girls think.. Should i be worried? I can feel his movements when i put my hand at the top of my pants i dont think thats normal do yous? Oh and this is my second baby. Any advice wld b appreciated. Thanks x
It is possible he is still breach. My 4th stayed breach until 34 weeks. I was panicking. But he flipped over. There is still time. As for low, he could be stretched out. If that's what he did, he can pick up his feet and have room. I would point it out to the dr but don't worry about it to much. :)
Yeah that sounds good if he is just stretched, thanks. Just worried if hes still so small i dont want him making any appearance to soon i want him to stay in there and grow its way too early. Both pregnancies have been total opposite i just worry so mich this time. Thanks for your comment :-)
I have a long uterus and have this problem with all my pregnancys i grow long instead of wide. My last was so low my dr said becareful with this pregnancy. It didnt cause any problems just uncomfy. I more had to worry about sitting cuz my baby was in the way. Didnt harm her kust uncomfy for me.
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