Baby is transverse at 36 weeks, anyone else?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by Rockadock, Nov 12, 2011.

  1. Rockadock

    Rockadock Well-Known Member

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    Hi ladies, I had to go for a growth scan as I measured 33 weeks when I'm 36. The hospital said it's because the baby is transverse (lying sideways like a bomberang). Anyone else with this problem or suggestions on how I get the baby to move??
     
  2. heaven

    heaven Mommy of 2 Beautiful Girl

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    I am jealous that you get a scan! You probably will be fine though. Many woman's baby's turn at the "last minute".
     
  3. mintz

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    There were 2 things that helped me when my DS2 was transverse at 36 weeks. One was seeing a chiropractor who did 'webster technique' its a specific technique to help turn babies. And in conjunction with this I did heaps of inversion exercises - head down, bum up.. Check out the spinningbabies.com website.
     

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