I'm 38+1 and my baby is still back to back and has been throughout the pregnancy. Getting concerned that he hasn't moved as I've heard labour can be more painful in my back if he stays where he is. Any tips to get him to move? Thanks x
Sometimes babies in the best position turn at the last minute if labour is spent on back. This is because the babies the spine is heavier than its belly so if you spend as much time leading up to labour and the labour itself on all fours, then the spine will drop to the front.
Apparently sitting on birthing ballas much as you can, avoiding slouching on sofa as that position encourages them to go to the back to back position. Easy said then done when you heavily pregnant and shattered at the end of day and just want to slouch on the sofa. Going on all fours and wiggling bum in the air