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I've noticed that my baby girl sits very low in my stomach. Can it cause problems later if she doesn't start to move up or is it perfectly okay?
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10421138 tn?1425524200
Well depends on how far along you are cause it is normal if your due date is right around the corner.
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My son has been low since 30 weeks. I'm 34 now, my doctor never said anything about it.
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My son has sat low since I've been pregnant. Your Dr can do a outer body rotation on the baby when you get closer if it hasn't flipped yet, but some babies wait till the last minute.
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I'm 23 weeks, my baby girl has been low this whole time the way I know is I can feel her kicks and they are very low.
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7458937 tn?1391882099
She will move up and play with your ribs before too long, no worries momma
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So it might not be a problem? I will talk to my doctor about it at my next appointment
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Thank you, I hope so. I don't want her to be premature like I was
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Im 25 weeks nd feel the same. She always kicks low it kills me. Before we know it they will move up nd have more space. Hang in there mommy.
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I'm 28 weeks and my daughter barely started carrying high around 25-26 weeks. There's still some days I wake up and my belly looks so much smaller because of how low and deep she is.

If your worried about flipping her you can look up exercises to flip breech babies. I did them around 26 weeks so I could finally get her flipped to find out the gender lol
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