Anyways - this time things are a little different. We are set on a VBAC unless I am having a major flare-up, in which case, I realize that a c-section would be the better choice. Either way, I am set on going into labor first. I am worried about the baby being positioned correctly this time. I'm now seeing my former chiropractor's daughter, who is specifically trained in caring for pregnant women and the Webster technique. I'm planning on going throughout the pregnancy this time to keep my body in the best alignment possible. That part is easy enough.
My issue is that all of the articles I have read on preventing and changing the position of babies recommend no reclining on the couch, no sticking your legs up above your belly while resting, etc. With the spasms, that is often the most comfortable position. I like to sit on the couch with a pillow under my knees to take the pressure off of my lower back. I can't do hands/knees because of nerve issues, but I could probably handle elbows/knees. I can handle deep squats without spasming, and the chiropractor recommended keeping that up to keep the pelvis open. Are there any other positions that wouldn't strain my back but that would help with positioning? Is my position incredibly important?