at my MW appointment she told me LO is back to back........ shes just told me to keep my posture correct but im doing that anyway due to SPD........
has any else had back to back bubs and how if you did get them to turn???
I did with my first but she didnt turn cos no1 knew till I was in labour, iv been told that bouncing on a gym ball opens ur pelvis so baby automatically turns and drops in pelvis the right way. My physiotherapist told me that so fingers crossed its good advice lol.tesco do gym balls for 5 quid with pump x
Hi, my lil man was born back to back. Nobody picked it up until he was born, iv' been told that bouncing on a ball helps as does rocking on all fours like a dog (not glamorous) but hey if it helps mite be worth a try. However i delivered a back to back baby without pain relief, so it is possible. Good luck xx
Ava was back to back but it wasn't picked up until I was in hospital, and I was bouncing all my ball all the time beforehand!
The pain was all in my back in labour, had practically none in my stoamch, and did it on G&A and a shot of diamorphiene, hope LO turns for you. x
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