transverse lay anyone

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  1. sarahdilan

    sarahdilan Well-Known Member

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    Little man is very happy in his current position and worried he wont turn. He has moved but always goes back to transverse. Its still early at 29 weeks I know.
    Anyone else have a transverse lie that moved head down late on
     
  2. Blah11

    Blah11 ☼ Mummy to Amelie ☼

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    Mine went head down at 34 weeks :)
     
  3. Rockadock

    Rockadock Well-Known Member

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    I'm 36weeks and bubba has still not turned, :(. Midwife doesn't seemed too concerned just yet though x
     
  4. Tabitha83

    Tabitha83 Mummy to 2 beautiful boys

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    Mine went head down around 32-33 weeks thought for sure he was gonna split my belly wide open. hes now firmly in place
     
  5. Duejan2012

    Duejan2012 mommy of dd, ds, & preggo

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    mine was transerve at 28 weeks but doc thinks he is head down now. We will see on monday when i get my growth scan
     
  6. Msocwife

    Msocwife Pregnant with #1

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    Ours was transverse at last u/s about 1.5weeks ago, our dr said no worries at this point
     
  7. niki_nichole

    niki_nichole Mother of twins :)

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    Bentley has been a mixture of breech and transverse my who pregnancy. Dr said we would do a c section if they both arnt head down when I give birth
     
  8. Lilmiss1

    Lilmiss1 Mum

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    My lo was also breech, but mainly transverse until 32 weeks. The mws said it's not a cause for concern until 36 weeks.
     
  9. NicolaWynne

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    My little girl is transverse at 28 weeks, i dont think its anything to worry about right now as she has plenty of time to get into position!
     
  10. Daisy1986

    Daisy1986 Well-Known Member

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    Mine is transverse too...he's been this way for a long time so wont surprise me if he decides he's very comfy and doesn't want to move! I've asked a couple of midwives and they say they don't worry about the position of the baby at this point x
     
  11. RHR

    RHR Mummy 2 Isabelle & Sophie

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    Hi hun, when I was pregnant with DD1 she was transverse throughout my entire pregnancy. I was due to have a planned c-sec also due to other reasons and had been admitted into hospital since I was 37 weeks pregnant. On the day of my section at 38 weeks and and a few days I was scanned and was told that my dd had turned and had engaged and I no longer needed a section.

    Don't worry, you've got loads of time left for your lo to turn. my dd2 wanted to make an entrance like my dd1 and was breach and I ended up having that section with her as they couldn't turn her.
     
  12. sarahdilan

    sarahdilan Well-Known Member

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    Thankyou all very much. I wanted to give birth at the local birth centre so hoping he does turn in time. And my midwife didn't do much to ease my mind. Just said if he dont move i'd need section and that was all. Dont help that given the choice she'd have me at the hospital for birth for no other reason than its where she's based.
     

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