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Old Mar 20th, 2010, 11:06 AM   1
sammy_jane
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35 weeks on monday xxx ECV ????


HI LADIES I AM 35 WEEKS PREGNANT ON MONDAY, AND BABY IS FEET DOWN WHICH HAVE BEEN TOLD BY CONSULTANT A TRICKY POSITION TOO BE IN AND HE THINS UNLIKELY TOOTURN NOW, THIS IS MY 4TH PREGNANCY AND HAD ALL WERE HEAD DOWN LONG BEFORE THIS, I HAVE APPOINTMENT AT HOSPITAL IN A WEEKS TIME TOO SEE IF BABY HAS TURNED , IM REALLY UNSURE WHETHER TOO TRY ECV IVE HEARD GOOD AND BAD ABOUT IT, IM AGE 40 AND THIS HAS NOT BEEN THE EASIEST OF PREGNANCIES AND AM DREADING IT IF HAVE TOO HAVE A C-SECTION , IVE TRIED LOTS OF THINGS OFF SPINNING BABIES .COM WOULD LUV TOO HEAR OTHER LADIES STORIES AND SOME ADVICE MANY THANKS WORRIED



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Old Mar 20th, 2010, 11:12 AM   2
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I have read about this as with my youngest i was considering it, he was breach then transverse but luckily went head down. I have read lots of good and some not so good, the worst i have read is that baby could turn back to breach. Probably worth trying, nothing to lose.



 
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Old Mar 20th, 2010, 11:15 AM   3
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I have read about this as with my youngest i was considering it, he was breach then transverse but luckily went head down. I have read lots of good and some not so good, the worst i have read is that baby could turn back to breach. Probably worth trying, nothing to lose.
THANKU MY BABY WAS TRANSVERSE LAST APPOINTMENT THEN THIS ONE FEET DOWN HOPEFULLY HE WILL TURN XXXXX



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Old Mar 20th, 2010, 14:08 PM   4
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my baby was transverse at appt last week too. have a feeling it may now be breech. my son was breech and i had an ecv at 38 weeks, he turned very quickly and stayed head down, worth a go
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Old Mar 20th, 2010, 14:12 PM   5
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I had a breach baby and opted not to have her turned as my auntie did and my cousin was born with cord around neck. Im sooo glad i went for section as when baby was delivered my cord was losel around her neck and arms and body and i have nightmares thinking about the outcome of having her turned. That said i have heard positive storys. Speck to your consulatant for advise. I loved my section and would have one agagin



 
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Old Mar 20th, 2010, 14:15 PM   6
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my baby was breech at 35 weeks then 2 days later he had turned, so hopefully your bubs will too x



 
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Old Mar 20th, 2010, 14:16 PM   7
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I had a breach baby and opted not to have her turned as my auntie did and my cousin was born with cord around neck. Im sooo glad i went for section as when baby was delivered my cord was losel around her neck and arms and body and i have nightmares thinking about the outcome of having her turned. That said i have heard positive storys. Speck to your consulatant for advise. I loved my section and would have one agagin
thanku if i have section how long will i be in hospital?? this is 4th baby and never had a section before so a bit scared u have made me feel better, as im a bit worried about the ecv as im scared of the pain as stomach is so tite and lots of tightnenings already xxxx



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Old Mar 20th, 2010, 14:32 PM   8
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just to add, the risks with the ecv are minimal, if there are any complications at all it is apparent immediately, thats why you are monitored for an hour after. Speak to your consultant hun, they will be the best at advising
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Old Mar 20th, 2010, 14:49 PM   9
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just to add, the risks with the ecv are minimal, if there are any complications at all it is apparent immediately, thats why you are monitored for an hour after. Speak to your consultant hun, they will be the best at advising
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thanku so much i will speak too consultant going a week on monday , will no more then hopefully babba will turn thats good they monitor u i didnt realise that they dont really say much unless u ask them im such a worrier this time altho ive had 3 before lol xxx



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