Does anyone know what I can do to make this child of mine change positions? She's still laying horizontally, but as of last night she did a big flip and her feet are now facing my spine. Every time she kicks its like a big thud going right up through me! It doesn't hurt but it is friggen uncomfortable. Any ideas to get her facing front-ways again??
My baby was breech at my 32 week mw appointment so I spent a lot of time on my hands and knees, bum in the air, very attractive! When I had my mw appointment this week at 34 weeks my mw now thinks baby is head down. I hope she's right coz baby doesn't feel any different to me but I guess she knows what she's feeling for so is hopefully right!
So basically I suggest trying getting down on all fours. God luck!
Thanks girls...I did the on all 4s thing. I don't know if she moved or if she's just sleeping and not kicking haha. I think she's just sleeping because I didn't feel any movement to indicate she moved like I did when she flipped yesterday
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