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is this normal - baby pushes head out so far i can rest a cup of tea flat on it

(19 Posts)
wombleprincess Mon 01-Sep-08 12:53:49

and then the hard lump goes down again.. other than being rather amusing (husband calls it his pint rest) its very uncomfortable! 33 weeks pregnant.

Nbg Mon 01-Sep-08 12:54:53

Sure its not the babys bum?

wombleprincess Mon 01-Sep-08 13:08:32

well i suppose it might be, at my last appt she said i was breech but did say it could her bum ...

belgo Mon 01-Sep-08 13:10:17

my baby does this, with its bottom. Yes it can be uncomfortable!

zazen Mon 01-Sep-08 13:11:33

When i read this I didn't know what to think shock grin

Anyway, good luck in turning your babe. I went swimming and mine turned. very weird feeling, but I was delighted.
Your babe might be trying to turn with the gymnastics - have a swim - up and down a few lengths, on your back and front crawl - or just doggy paddle!!!! it might do the trick.

mum2bagain Mon 01-Sep-08 13:24:10

my baby sticks his bum right out too, at least I hope its his bum, to the left of my belly button, its a very strange feeling, how weird.

AnnVan Mon 01-Sep-08 13:33:54

Mine sticks its bum right out and right under my ribs. Very uncomfortable, and it makes the most enormous bulge!
A lady on my ante-natal thread said she turned her breech baby by turning somersaults in a swimming pool.

wombleprincess Mon 01-Sep-08 14:31:09

glad i am not the only one. sometimes i think it will pop out.

ConnorTraceptive Mon 01-Sep-08 14:35:24

Read the title and I thought you meant during labour shock

PhoebeLaura Mon 01-Sep-08 14:37:44

Mine is also perfecting the bum sticking out position. I nearly freaked out this morning... I woke to a scene from Alien grin.

wombleprincess Mon 01-Sep-08 15:16:21

well if it is its bum i think its just farted... wink

Bicnod Mon 01-Sep-08 16:56:03

thank you for this thread - i'm in the throes of horrible morning sickness and this made me laugh for the first time today

PInkyminkyohnooo Mon 01-Sep-08 17:03:48

I'd vote for it being it's bum, too. DS was a very lumpy bump and posterior you could see his bumsticking out and his feet on the other side sometimes.
Not very comfy for you, I shouldn't wonder!smile

zazen Thu 04-Sep-08 00:52:39

That's what I did AnnVan - I was turning from swimming on my back to swimming on my front and curled my legs under me while turning in the water - a mini sommersault and hey presto my turned baby - be warned though... it's such a weird feeling when they're that big, you might need to stay close to the edge of the pool to hold on afterwards as you catch your breath.

I also thought this post was about labour!!

EyeballsintheSky Thu 04-Sep-08 00:56:40

I was just picturing you balancing your tea cup in your fanjo region. Then I wondered if you were posting from the delivery suite if the head was out

EyeballsintheSky Thu 04-Sep-08 00:56:58

I was just picturing you balancing your tea cup in your fanjo region. Then I wondered if you were posting from the delivery suite if the head was out

buzzzybee Thu 04-Sep-08 10:05:34

lol i was picturin exactly the same

Pinkjenny Thu 04-Sep-08 10:08:27

DD used to do this. I swear when I woke up in the morning I could see her head moving around, like a little meercat.

Everyone told me it was her bum, but I always knew it was her head. And she was breech.

Nappyzoneneedssleep Thu 04-Sep-08 10:10:40

and me eyeballs! - wow in labour i thought and you had energy to have a cup of tea and pause to rest a cup on its head as emerging - no that wouldnt be normal grin

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