It was bl&%dy uncomfortable - I couldn't lie on either side for a while because there was a head sticking out on one side and a bum on the other.
Then an hour later the little monkey repeated the process and turned himself back again . I'm completely knackered and feel like I've been kicked by a mule, and I'm sure the baby is still the wrong way round.
poor you, both my babies were breech and only after the birth of dd2 did someone say to me that it's so much more uncomfortable carrying a breech than a head downer. I thought I was just being a moaning minnie compared to some of my friends. And dd2 turned continually and it felt like a hurricane was taking place inside me - all in the middle of the night, natch FWIW if they say the baby is head down and you feel otherwise INSIST on a scan. Three consultants assured me dd2 was head down, each time I refused to budge until they scanned me and each time I was right. Feeling the position is a very unreliable method and you want to be sure. Good luck
I had a scan last Friday, and he was definitely head down. It feels like I've got an orange pressing against my bottom rib on the right (ouch) and I feel hiccups just below it. Last night after the first upheaval, the hiccups were by my hip, but the orange is now back under my ribs