I'm trying to manage expectations and keep being optimistic that Baby A will turn. I know 32w is early still. However, yesterday my scan/appt included the phrase "we'll schedule your c-section for..." and I am deeply unhappy about that. My practice is definitely not knife-happy, and will deliver a breech B. However, they absolutely will not do a breech A, citing chin locking. From what I'm reading, that is a fictive risk for di-di twins, but I do not feel confident enough about that yet. (Also, while there are several doctors experienced in delivering babies breech, their procedure is to do an internal version on a breech B as a matter of course, in a vertex A/breech B delivery. So they are not really keen on breeches, in short.) My doctor told me it is certainly possible that Baby A will turn, but that his tush is nestled in my pelvis so it's not looking remarkably likely. They are measuring avg size for twins, small for a singleton, and almost the same in size. Sooo...
If you had a breech A at this point, what was the outcome? Did baby turn?
Anyone successful at using a technique or combo of techniques to turn a breech A at this point (after 32w)?
Anyone deliver a breech A?
Can anyone share their thinking process as to whether to consent to a section in the event that A is breech and B vertex? Or other info on frank breech vag birth assuming a term delivery?