I understand it is different for everybody, but I was wondering if your baby was in breech and when did the little monkey turn the right way down in preparing for birth?
I am 30 weeks and I know I shouldn't concern myself until I get to 36 weeks, but my monkey has been in breech for the past two weeks (was transverse before that) and really favours the right hand side of my belly. Bubs has show no interest in turning or moving whatsoever, despite by best efforts.
I just want some reassurance from others and to know what what point yours turned, I can't help but worry that I'll be forced into a C-section!!
Snap. Mine was head down till about 3 weeks ago and now she is comfy breach and she is streched right out. My consultant told me she probably wont turn as she is in a funny posisiton. She also said not to worry till 36 weeks. Sorry now help but least you no your not alone
Mine turned at about 28 weeks, and I felt him do it. Then, to confirm, two things, I thought I felt a butt ushing on my stomach, as it was too wide to be a head, and then the ultrasound confirmed as well..This is for the 2nd baby, the first has been head down the whole time..
My back is starting to really ache day and night from me trying to sit and sleep in positions that are best for creating room for baby to turn. I don't know how long I'll be able to keep it up, before I head back to my slouching positions, just to get some back relief!!!
I'll try not to worry for a few more weeks yet, but am still very interested to hear when other's turned...just to know that it is possible to flip around when bubs is running out of room. Doesn't help I'm predicted to have a big bubs either...he's probably gonna run out of room quicker than most others
Whats really annoying is the other day i thought she had turned as i started to feel movements at the toip again. But no joy as yesterday when midwife felt she still thi nks she is breach, have a scan tommrrow
My baby has been transverse this whole time. Saturday night he moved to breech position. It's weird because I've gotten so used to him kicking my right side and the movements feel so odd now being in a different spot.
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