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post #41 of 45
I really think that breech can require a very individual response. I was very anxious and fearful of the transition to motherhood and I think I needed to spend that quiet communing time. There are so many relatively gentle ways to encourage turning - just don't go overboard like I did and make yourself a wreck with worry.

Good luck!
post #42 of 45

Breech babies

Baby was born breech but was fine! Thank you God!
post #43 of 45
Well, tomorrow I'll be spending the day at the hospital for an external version. They'll do it in the morning and keep me all afternoon for observation. If anyone wants more info about what it is like, you can e-mail me.
Wish me luck!

Carolyn
due Sept. 1 2002 with #2
mom to Julian 4.17.00
post #44 of 45
Hello,
My third child was breach up until the 36th week. Then he turned by himself. Then on the way to the doctor (I was 40 weeks), we were involved in a car accident. When I went in for my appointment, the baby had turned back into the breach position. My doctor told me that it was too late to do anything about it and I would have to deliver breach.
To make a long story short, I was a week late delivering a healthy baby boy who decided to come out butt first.

Overyonder
post #45 of 45
Wiyh #4 I did handstands in th pool 3 or 4 times. I could feel him doing 3/4 turns until finally he went all the way. With #2 I had to acknowledge that he was a boy and that was o.k.
(turned right then!)
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