I'm almost at the 29 week mark and apparently my little Scrunchball is in breech.
Whilst I acknowledge that it's far too early to lose any sleep over this at the moment, I am curious to know when other peoples babies decided to turn into the correct position (if they ever decided to turn at all!)
Did you feel them turn? Is it quite an uncomfortable thing once they have turned? Does it mean that labour is coming soon?
DD turned at about 35 weeks. Then one day at about 37 weeks, I couldn't feel her so much. I happened to have a midwife appt the next day, and she said DD had turned sideways! She went back to head down a few days later (and stayed there until she was born at 40+6), I seem to remember. I didn't really feel it, but by that point I was used to aches and pains! Some people say they found it painful, though.
The first I heard anything about this baby's position was at 30 weeks when I was told he/she is head down, so I don't know when it happened. This was the same at 31 weeks. I'm 32 weeks now and hoping he/she will stay that way!
36 weeks and I didn't feel a thing as he turned overnight. I went to bed with one shaped bump and it was completely different in the morning with his head nestled on my bladder. He stayed there till he was born at 39 weeks.
39 weeks from breech to head down, 40 weeks from head down to breech. Scans confirmed this, no one was more surprised than my consultant. Moxibustion, handstands in a swimming pool and cleaning the floor on your hands and knees are supposed to encourage turning, have a look at the spinning babies website.