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Loads of blessings, and learning on the job.
Seems I read that the second will often turn after the first is born.
mom to sam arlo (5), olive loretta (3)....and twin girls Annie and Ramona Jean, born 3/10.
I'm wondering why exactly there won't be time for an epidural after the birth of baby A if baby b doesn't rotate nicely? Being breech or transverse does not mean the baby is in distress? My baby b was transverse for a couple of hours before he turned on his own and was born head first. I understand that *sometimes* a baby might be in distress due to position but I wouldn't count on that. I'd much rather take the chance that everything will be fine, as it more than likely will be.
Mom to Liam 9/06, spirit baby 3/09, and identical twins Mateo and Sebastian 10/11
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