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Old Jun 16th, 2013, 14:48 PM   1
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** UPDATE** (PAGE 2) nervous about ECV 2mrw :(


and in 2 minds whether to do it!!! I think if it gets too uncomfy then Il just ask Doc to stop... Has anyone else had one done before???? If so what was your experience like???

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Old Jun 16th, 2013, 14:51 PM   2
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You know my story, but wanted to wish you the best of luck & hope little miss co-operates.

Discuss all your nerves with the doctor before the procedure, but remember the likely hood of it working better is if you can fully relax.

Trust your body, trust the baby & trust the doc. Could you take some music in on headphones & have one in, close your eyes & let the procedure just happen in the background?

Again, best of luck



 
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Old Jun 16th, 2013, 14:56 PM   3
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Just bear in mind you can always tell them to stop. A lot of women find them okay. I hope you're one of them x



 
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You know my story, but wanted to wish you the best of luck & hope little miss co-operates.

Discuss all your nerves with the doctor before the procedure, but remember the likely hood of it working better is if you can fully relax.

Trust your body, trust the baby & trust the doc. Could you take some music in on headphones & have one in, close your eyes & let the procedure just happen in the background?

Again, best of luck
Thanx a lot Sue, I appreciate that,,, Yea I may just learn to relax some, I feel a little better now cause my hunny is gonna take the day off work to come with me,,, Il let ya know how it goes...



 
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Just bear in mind you can always tell them to stop. A lot of women find them okay. I hope you're one of them x
Thanx hun, I know ur right, I just freak myself out by googling everything and it just doesnt look pleasant, I will deffo let them know how I feel before it starts..



 
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Old Jun 16th, 2013, 15:03 PM   6
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Hi, I had my daughter turned on her due date in 2011. It wasn't as scary as I thought it would be! Things I rremember - the muscle relaxant they give you made me very shaky and my legs felt weird for an hour or so after. Worst part was that I had to lay on my back with my head lower than the rest of my body, which at 40 weeks pregnant made it difficult to breathe. The doctor and nurse both told me I could get it stopped at any time. It worked for me and she stayed head down til she was induced 12 days later! All in all, I would do it again if necessary (this one is transverse atm...) good luck! X



 
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You know my story, but wanted to wish you the best of luck & hope little miss co-operates.

Discuss all your nerves with the doctor before the procedure, but remember the likely hood of it working better is if you can fully relax.

Trust your body, trust the baby & trust the doc. Could you take some music in on headphones & have one in, close your eyes & let the procedure just happen in the background?

Again, best of luck
Thanx a lot Sue, I appreciate that,,, Yea I may just learn to relax some, I feel a little better now cause my hunny is gonna take the day off work to come with me,,, Il let ya know how it goes...
That's great that he will be with you. Hold his hand, nice deep breathing and visualise her turning in the correct position.

Do you know if they give you a muscle relaxant? My hospital doesn't give them, they just rely on the mum to be relaxed as possible.

Really hoping it works for you!! X



 
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Old Jun 16th, 2013, 16:20 PM   9
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Good luck hun, keep us posted!



 
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Old Jun 16th, 2013, 17:35 PM   10
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