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baby's bum engaged at 34 weeks

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arolf Wed 12-Aug-09 16:49:02

well, probably... The midwife was fairly certain, although not concerned by it at all! Does his engaging now mean anything, other than that my baby is lazy and wanted a seat?

I'm told I'll get a scan after my 36 week appt, so am not worried about this at all yet, but have no idea what it means, if anything! Is he likely to un-engage?

anyone else had this?

IneedacleanerIamalazyslattern Wed 12-Aug-09 16:53:25

Is this your first or have you had babies before?
DS (my 2nd) was transverse at every appointment I had until the week I went into labour it is more common in 2nd + babies not to engage headwise before labour itself.
Even if it is your first there is still heaps of time for baby to move and get head down.

arolf Wed 12-Aug-09 16:55:00

1st baby! hence having NO idea what's going on!

arolf Thu 13-Aug-09 11:04:11

bump?

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