My lo is head down, too! I'm pretty sure s/he's been that way for some time now. I could feel him/her move back and forth between transverse and head down about six wks or so ago and at my last appt 30wks, my mw confirmed head down. Definately glad to not have that owrry, even though it wasn't a huge worry for me!
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She's been head down forever. For a while I wasn't sure, but now I am, plus my midwives confirmed my guess... Her head has been down since 22 weeks (DS did the same), she is curled up in a ball, her back is always on my left side (I feel the hiccups there), her limbs all on my right side, that's the only place I get kicking and punching action. She rarely puts her feet up to my chest/stomach... That's nice though. DS had his feet in my stomach and it hurt a lot!!!
for the most part i dont start counting my blessings till i have a head down baby at about 38 weeks. I need to go onto spinningbabies.com. there is so much helpful info about things we can do now to encourage our babies to go head down or if they are there to stay there! i have had to lay upside down on an ironing board in the last week of pregnancy before and its a lot more relaxing if it doesnt have to come to that. but i know i have not been squatting as much as i should and sitting in comfy chairs too often! so far for the last couple weeks i feel babies head down LOW so yeah!
Yeah, and anterior. So he's like, vertex left-anterior. Or summat. :D
Perfect position, and he's been that way for a while, and his head is very low. So I'm guessing he's staying.
I said so to my OBGYN before the U/S today, and she said I rocked at feeling how he was lying from the outside, I'm always right.