23 wks baby's head is already down?

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  1. Mrs.Ping

    Mrs.Ping Mom of 1 ! TTC #2!!

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    Is there any concern for this. ultrasound tech didn't seem concerned all though she was surprised when she saw that she was head down. she has not flipped back yet because i can feel her tickle the top of my belly all the time with her toes. will she stay this way till delivery?
     
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    efairie Well-Known Member

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    when i had my scan he was head down faceing my back and i was suprised the sonographer wasnt and said he will move around in different position still
     
  3. DaisyBee

    DaisyBee Mom of 2

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    They are still so small at this age that they move all the time still.
     
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    maybe11 Well-Known Member

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    Hi, they dont usually stay put until 32 ish weeks. Your lo will still have plenty of room for rolling around.
    Mine is breech at the moment : all kicks are in my groin and bladder. Hoping he ll get moving soon as he's a porky baby already.
     
  5. Mrs.Ping

    Mrs.Ping Mom of 1 ! TTC #2!!

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    last week she was in the breech position dancing on my cervix and had been that way for a while but now I can feel the difference as her head is on my bladder and once and a while she will lean on a nerve in my cervix feels like fire!
     
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    LaRockera Well-Known Member

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    At my 20-week scan, her head was right on my cervix.
    This week, at my 23-week growth scan, she was breech, her had pushing on my stomach.

    They constantly move and turn at this stage, there's still enough room for them to do so.

    :winkwink:
     

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