I have never had a posterior baby at birth , but this one is for sure posterior now, and consistently .. my last 2 babies were breech until 35-36 weeks this one has been head down but i'm concerned about how comfy he is posterior, esp with an anterior placenta i'm afraid it could be more comfortable for him that way.. I've already started watching the reclining and occasionally crawling around on the floor ..I need to go do some research and figure out what else i need to be doing to encourage him..
I generally check position on my back by feeling for body parts but lately my baby is SO low that it is often hard to find his head i have to push really hard and can find what feels like the middle of his head behind my pubic bone.. a good place for it i guess, but it seems so low for this early.. my last baby's head was floating up above my pubic bone at 36-37 weeks..
DD1 was born posterior and DD2 was posterior up until birth. I hung out leaning over the birth ball most of labor to get her in a better position.