I am 31 weeks along and for the past few weeks, the baby has been preferring to stay on my right side. The only time he travels to the left is when I am sleeping on my left side. The doctor told me this is normal, but the feeling is just so weird and tight. He is head down and i can feel his back side and butt on the right side of my belly. I am also getting more stretch marks on the right side. Does this happen to anyone else? I asked two other ladies from my pregnancy class and they had no idea what I was talking about.
My baby has been locked onto my right side for weeks now. The OB said she seemed pretty fixed, as her head was low in my pelvis as well. I think this is a good thing, because it means this will be the likely position when labour starts (rather than baby turning posterior or something).
My baby has her back and bum on my left side, and I have more stretch marks on my right side where I get all the kicks. My midwife said she's slightly back to back though so I need to get bouncing on my ball to try and straighten her up.
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