Having a external version for breach baby is that a good idea or bad?
Hi every body i am almost 39 weeks prg and my baby is breach from 34 weeks.after so much thinking i decided to have a external version tomorrow . what u guys think is that s a good idea or bad . what would u guys do if it happend with u. would u try to have the version or just straight go for the c section. if i reject the version they will take me to c section baby is big now n not have enough space plz share your thought. thanks
I have not done a lot of research on it, but if it was me I would try the external version, if it works it would be nice to avoid a c-section, but if it dosn't work then you know you have that safe option of a c-section which it sounds like they are going to try.
Definately listen to your instincts on this as well.
Good luck, I hope it goes well for you!
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