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02-16-2007, 09:56 PM
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The other day I was reading the thread about subsequent back labors. It mentioned www.backlabornomore.com
which talked about certain body types being prone to back labor. It got me to thinking...
I am short-torsoed (and short). My DS was born sunny side up. But I didn't have what I would call back labor. Granted, I have nothing else to compare it yet, but from what I've read about back labor, I'd think I'd know it if I felt it. I just had a short, but very hard labor (one long, never-ending contraction for 3-4 hours).
Now that I'm expecting my second, I'm wondering if I'm still likely to have an OP presentation (I realize no one can answer that) or if I am, if I'm likely to have a back-labor-free OP presentation again.
I've just never heard of anyone else saying they had an OP baby without back labor. Anyone else out there??
DS1 is 5, DD is 3, DS2 is 2.