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Transverse Lie

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jellybrain · 05/07/2005 22:02

I am 36 weeks pregnant with my 3rd baby and she is wavering between transerverse and oblique lie. I have a mw appointment on friday to see if she needs some help to move (sorry not sure what the procedure is called). Also have a friend who went through the discomfort of this procedure only for her baby to turn back into breech befor delivery.
Basicaly can anyone give any practical advice re convincing this clearly comfortable baby that she should start to think about moving now! Can anyone suggest any exercises or techniques that they know work. My abdominal muscles are pretty useless and am sure this is a contributory factor!

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jabberwocky · 06/07/2005 08:23

There's a thread on this here HTH

jabberwocky · 06/07/2005 08:25

And here

Good luck!

Kiwifruit · 06/07/2005 09:51

Someone at my yoga class last night said that her midwife had told her to spend an hour a day (not consecutively though, I don't think) on her hands and knees, swaying her hips from side to side. If you do a search on Google for Optimal Fetal Positioning, you might find something. Also, a lot of people swear by accupuncture.

HTH - good luck!

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