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Back 2 back

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whogivesaratzass Wed 05-Apr-17 15:24:32

Argh, 37 weeks, bump has really dropped and this little baby of mine remains firmly back to back.

Any suggestions on how to get it to turn? I'm down on all 4s all the time, bouncing on the ball, not sitting on the couch or reclining, I'm swimming as often as I can and have tried a load of moves from spinning babies sad

I'm all hypnobirthed up and really want to do this sans drugs but the thought of an OP labour is making me ridiculously anxious and running towards epidural.

Can anyone think of how else I can get this little stubborn baba to budge?

BentleyBelly Wed 05-Apr-17 17:31:45

My dd was back to back and I had her in a birth centre with gas and air. She was my first so I knew no different but i didn't think it was that bad. I didn't lie down, stayed on my feet or squatted the whole time, just because that was what felt right. I wouldn't stress too much, it will probably be fine.

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