I know it's early but I have a reason to want her to turn. I get regular scans due to having a 2 vessel cord and at my 28 week scan her head was measuring small and she was 2lbs 1oz and in 25th percentile. Yesterday I had another scan with the high risk OB and on better equipment and she was measuring 3lbs 6oz and 57th percentile but her head was still measuring slightly small. They say it might be due to her breech position and maybe she just has a slightly smaller head naturally because her brain looks great. I just want to get her to turn before my scan at 32 weeks and give her some time head down to see if that changes the results a little bit. They did tell me that her head was only slightly smaller and isn't something to freak out about just something to watch because of the SUA. Anything anyone can suggest I can do, how long and how often and if she flips should I continue it so that it encourages her to stay head down? I'm also nervous because I had a c-section with my son who was breech and I don't want a repeat. I had such a horrible and nightmarish hospital stay with my son because of how the staff treated me that I just have anxiety over staying in the hospital longer then just a couple of days and I know that the best way to avoid a 4 day stay again is to have a VBAC. I feel my anxiety over this might even cause problems with recovery from a c-section so I want to do everything I can to avoid this.