IM right there with you. This is #6 for me and I have never had a breech babe after 28 weeks. At 20 this little girl was breech. At about 24 weeeks or later, she started flipping back and forth. One morning breech, that night, vertex. However, for the last month or longer, she has been transverse. Not completely but where her head is over my hip and also posterior. I just figured she would eventually turn. Last night however, when laying on my side, I noticed she was completely sideways transverse. I kept thinking it was no biggie, she woudl turn but the more I read I scare myself. My midwife will do breech deliveries and I am not worried about that. However, I keep reading that transverse babies are undeliverable vaginally no matter how long the mom labors. That scared me but the more I think about it, why would tons of contractions not move baby into a more favorable position especially if I was doing pelvic tilts during and all kinds of other stuff.
I also read an article that was suggesting that if baby was previously breech then transverse, it may be making its way to vertex but that shouldnt take more than a few days and if transverse position persists beyond that (weeks) it may stay that way.
With my lax uterus, I can see baby staying stubborn and unfortunately, having the room too. I am still trying not to worry and just have a feeling it isn't going to be a prob. So far, I havent started doing anything yet and am 30 weeks.
I will start in two if she is still that way.
The other thing that bothers me is I read that those with anterior placentas are not candidates for external versions so even though that would be a last resort, I dont have it.
I am keeping positive though and keep checking out spinning babies website and am purchasing a maternity belt to lift my pendulous uterus and encourage her into a more favorable position.