Actually he might turn still. I've had friends who have had their babies turn at 38 weeks even. Its just difficult and really uncomfortable for you. Also the dr can turn him manually. They usually don't turn back after that. So don't worry there's still time. I heard there are ways to get them to turn as well.
I've heard success stories of babies turning from breech to head down in the last few weeks of pregnancy thanks to the Chiropractic Webster Technique - some sort of adjustment to encourage your baby into head down position! We have said that if our LO is breech, we'd give it a shot! See if you can find a local chiropractor and ask about it specifically! There is still enough time!
there is still time for him to turn. The midwife could also be wrong. I was told alex was breech and i was sent for a scan.....it turned out he was the right way round
Well, I was thinking about this...
Because at first today she said he was head down.. it wasnt until I mentioned that he had been breech at my 33 weeks scan that she had another feel and said 'oh wait a minute i dont know'
She said he must have a very bony bum?! And she said she 'thinks' hes breech but she hopes shes wrong?
My movements have felt the same the whole way through this pregnancy, and from 25-33 weeks he was head down.. i felt hiccups right in my pelvis.
Now, even though he is 'breech' I STILL feel his hiccups right down in my pelvis? Almost at the tops of my legs?
I suppose I can talk and think and worry all I want, I wont actually know till tuesday. Ill be sure to update. xx
Hiya Hun, just thought I'd let you know, my friend was 36 weeks and breech but at her 38 week he turned head down.
My LO was breech around 28 weeks and I started kneeling off the couch to try to dislodge him from my hips, then as other ladies said started crawling around the front room on all fours. Sure you feel like a plonker but if it helps
Hope he turns for you though, I know what you mean about the c-section it's my biggest phobia too.
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