Great. My baby is breech. I am planning a homebirth. One of the main reasons is so i can avoid all those almost teenage interns who delivered my first baby, and gave me all these unnecessary interventions. Then in my first trimester this time, i was appalled by the incompetency of similarly teenaged interns and know it all doctors who described a bit of spotting as ''á missed abortion''. I was so relieved to transfer to my midwife who actually has some experience in childbirth.
But if baby stays breech...dunno. Im a bit reluctant to do a manual inversion. I hope baby turns by herself.
Does anyone else have experience with this?
Oh, and another thing, i think its better for the baby to keep the umbilical cord in tact for at least an hour after birth. They wouldnt even consider the option last time at the hospital, which was one reason among many others i opted for a homebirth (and kept cord intact)