Thanks all for your suggestions and sharing your own experience. As of last fri (34w5d) both Baby A and Baby B are breech now. UGH!! I've tried the slant board and just couldn't be in that position. Was about to faint. Tried the ice pack thing too. Felt movement but not exactly a turn.
I'm not quite sure what position they are in right now.
I'm trying to feel for heads, feet, butt, etc. but having a hard time identifying what's what with 2 of them in there. At one point when they were vertex I knew it cause I could feel feet in my ribs. And when they were both breech I could feel both heads up high in my uterus. But now I just can't tell. Maybe they are transverse and that's why I'm having a hard time.
I'm 35w3d today and have an u/s at 36w1d...so I'll know then what position they are in if I haven't figured it out by then. I hope trying more methods doesn't turn them the wrong way if they have in fact turned and I don't know it.Can you ask your doctor if baby A is a frank breech then why he thinks a c-birth is needed? Is there a doctor that works with him/her that is experienced with breech presentations?
I will find out at next u/s if babies are frank. My doc isn't comfortable with delivering a breech she said because the head can get stuck. I'm sure it has to do with experience with breech vaginal births as well. I'm trying to find other docs there that are experienced with breech births but having no luck so far. I think it is in my favor that my son was 8lbs12oz and pushed right on out with no problem...head down of course. My doc did say that since I have a big baby already chances of head getting caught in pelvis are less. I'm still negotiating with her but also hoping they will turn by then.
Thanks again everyone and more suggestions/experiences are WELCOME!
35w3d - so far at 33w5d 4lbs2oz and 4lbs8oz
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