I'm 39 wks pregnant. I'm fairly certain that baby is in an LOA postition and I'm READY! Baby #1 was a week late and I often wonder if it was due to her poor positioning (I think she was posterior and asynclitic). I don't want to force baby #2...but if she happens to get into OA position and tucks her chin, I feel like maybe she'll be ready to come out a little sooner than #1 did. It is so hard to be this pregnant with an 18m old!!!
I have a chiro appointment tonight where she'll just align my hips (though I'm sure I could suggest she do something more if anyone knows of anything), I might have my husband try some reflexology tonight. We'll do the rebozo sifting like we do every night...but is there anyway to encourage a baby to actually tuck their chin and engage? **If you've ever had an asynclitic baby, you likely understand my strong desire to have the chin tucked**
No, you're right! It can't do any harm, so why not! I will be talking to her and asking her to turn, for sure!
I can't remember the name of it, but my chiro said last go round that there is a maneuver than can help the baby get in the correct position. I was crazy enough to put my butt up on the couch, head on the ground, with a pillow under my back thinking it might help to hang upside down. :)
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