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#1 of 3 Old 10-20-2012, 04:52 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I just got back from my last mw appointment. The baby is transverse. The midwife isn't too worried yet, but I am. I see a chiro regularly and made an appointment for acupuncture. I have the spinningbabies website bookmarked and will try their methods as well. I had a pretty dramatic c-section with my first daughter and want to avoid it again at all costs. What else can I do to get this baby to turn?


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I'm with your midwife- your baby has got time to get settled head down- my little one was transverse back and forth until about thirty eight weeks. I would relax and not worry yet:)smile.gif

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my 2CD was transverse for a LONG time too, enough that it started to worry.  generally what you're doing is perfect just keep doing it. My midwife also suggested making sure I keep my belly extra warm... like add a shawl around it. most babies CANT stay that way much longer it just gets too cramped.


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