baby was head down for the gender scan at 19 weeks...i'm 24 now. the tech made light of the fact that his head was on my bladder, so i didn't think much of it, then i read an article about 12% of pre-term labor and started freaking a little...
When I had my 20 week anomoly scan, LO's head was as far down as it could have possibly been. It took the sonographer ages to get his head measurements, she was getting a little annoyed by the end LOL.
They still have quite a bit of room to move about so you might find that they change position. My DS moved all over until quite late in the pregnancy.
OH GOOD - that's what mine said - is wow - you must pee 24/7 - my husband QUICKLY chimed in - YES SHE DOES!!!!
ok - any stories/rumors on whether he'll be early?
Noones mentioned anything about being early this time.
DS was born 6 weeks early, he wasnt head down at the scan or up until a week before he was born. They have no idea why I went into labour when I did. I think it might be a family thing, I was early, my sis, dad & nana were all a month early.
My LO was also head waaay down at 19 weeks, in fact still was at 21 weeks. I know she has moved now as over the last couple of weeks I am finally getting movement near my belly button amongst other places....sometimes even both sides of my tummy at once. I wouldn't worry about it.
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