Breech Position advice and tiny little rant!

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  1. dizzyspells

    dizzyspells Mia & Finnlays Mummy.xxx

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    I have been in Anti Natel Day unit twice this week due to having high blood pressure and pulse rate.They have sent me home to rest and a midwife is coming to see me on Tuesday to check on everything,
    Anway while I was in they said that the baby is in a breech position and seems very happy there!!I was under the impression that there was loads of time for baby to turn yet as im only 29wks?!,I asked the midwife and she said yes there is still time but he seems very settled??!!What?? I have to go and see a consultant now for both BP,Pulse and the baby being breech which I know is only in my best interest but did feel a little sad. Its just annoyed me a bit because now im not only worring about my BP but that the baby is breech. How can they tell that the baby is happy and settled?? I know it mind sound daft to be worring about the position so early but they have scared me now,really dont want a section.Has anybody had anything simlair at this stage?.
     
  2. marley2580

    marley2580 Well-Known Member

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    Have a look at www.spinningbabies.com there's a lot of advice there about how to encourage your LO to turn. Was the breech diagnosed by a scan? If not, there's a lot of room for error. And try not to worry, there is plenty of time for the baby to turn.
     
  3. dizzy duck

    dizzy duck Mummy to Oliver

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    Aww hun, there is still plenty of time for baby to turn so try not to worry too much, you don't need this stress at the moment hun, I really hope your LO moves for you, take care :hugs: XX
     
  4. MrsHF

    MrsHF mum of 2 plus bump

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    Don't worry hun, i'm 33 weeks today and my baby's breech. My MW says they won't try to turn baby until I have a scan at 36 weeks. Seems pretty comfy in there at the moment and not showing any signs of moving yet. Try to relax, (i know, easier said than done).

    good luck hun

    heather xx
     
  5. booflebump

    booflebump Mummy to Toby

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    Dont worry about the breech thing hun - plenty time for him to turn. My friend was in getting prepped for her section when they realised bubba had turned! :) Dont stress! xxx
     
  6. Jkelmum

    Jkelmum Well-Known Member

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    There is plenty of time for baby to turn x
     
  7. dizzyspells

    dizzyspells Mia & Finnlays Mummy.xxx

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    Thanks guys,I thought as much just wish they had given me the same reassurance at the andau,instead of making me worry!Will try and relax now!x
     
  8. happyfamily123

    happyfamily123 Expecting Baby #3

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    I had an ultrasound this week and was told my baby is still head up which I know because i can feel his head in my ribs! I asked when they needed to be hopefully turned by and she said 36weeks, that I still have plenty of time.
     
  9. MummyMummy

    MummyMummy Well-Known Member

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    we have to have regualr growth scans for our jelliebean. at between 27-29 weeks we were toldbaby was 'breach maternal right' on notes, went for scan this week at 31weeks and baby had turned around! :D

    xXx
     
  10. leighbaby

    leighbaby yummy mummy

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    Brill website!
     

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