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I know breech is more common in women with a bicornate uterus. On the other hand we don't usually get concerned until at least 30-32 weeks gestation. Would a version be a possiblility at term if you were still breech? There are all sorts of natural methods to try and turn a breech baby but it probably wouldn't make a great deal of difference to start them now.
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