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Breech?

Breech at 37 weeks and scheduled to be delivered at 38 weeks. How can I get baby to turn?
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There's a website called something like Spinning Babies. I know someone who managed to turn their baby around in the last couple of weeks and ended up delivering naturally. Best of luck!
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Hi i am 35 weeks pregnant and my baby is breech, i have to be seen by my midwife in a week, if baby hasn't turned then they will try and turn it
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My son was head down then at 36 weeks ( if i remember correctly) he turned breech. Went to the Dr and they referred me to the hospital to discuss an ecv. I went home and did some exercises that i read could help to turn baby. In the middle of the night i felt a big lump making it's way back down. Went to the hospital for the ecv and when they checked, bub was back head down. I'm petite and my son was born 8pound 4 ounces. So even that late he could still turn. I did have a lot of fluid though, so not sure if that helped him to move so freely.
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I got called in to have the doctor turn the baby a week before my due date . When they did the ultrasound the little stinker had flipped and was head down . And i didnt feel anything or do anything lol. Prayers this happens for you !!!
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Well I don't think my doctor is gonna try to turn the baby. I have asked her and she doesn't seem like she is interested in going that route.
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This Is My First Pregnancy and I Cant Eat Or Anything Help Me.it's been 2 days I don't think I Can keep going off Fluids !
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My daughter was breach and I use spinning babies and she flipped head down at 37 weeks with a little nudge from the OB and she stayed down...I'm now due in 4 days and she's in perfect position
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