I went to a chiro on Monday that does Webster. Her partner in the same practice is Webster certified...she's not, but unfortunately the Webster certified chiro is not taking new patients.
It didn't seem like it did that much. I guess I have to be patient. I go back tomorrow for another adjustment.
My labor w/ my DS was actually REALLY easy. 90 percent painless to mild cramping. I think he was posterior a few weeks beforehand and flipped but I'll never know. My midwives didn't think he was, but I had LOADS of back contractions. They were way worse than my contractions in active labor with him oddly enough. I felt a huge motion one night after working on positioning and I think he flipped then. THe only thing is that I was dilated 2cm 3-4 weeks before he was born. Would I have dilated so early if he was indeed posterior?
For me it isn't a past traumatic birth that makes it stressful...it is more that I had such an easy, fulfilling, amazing birth w/ DS that I'm worried this time won't live up to it or something (we went through infertility issues to conceive DS, and it was really healing to have an awesome, empowering birth with him. This baby was more of just a total surprise LOL.)
I've been working on hands/knees, using the birthing ball, doing some short periods of inversion, etc as much as possible. Staring homeopathic pulsatilla tonight. Adjustment tomorrow.
So far she's showing no signs of budging. Hopefully she'll rotate before or during labor. I'm trying not to stress...I swear, but it is soooooooooo hard for me not to.
My midwives have been commenting all along about how it is good I live near the birth center, etc. as my labor with DS was only 6 hours total. I feel like they jinxed me and now I'm going to have to juggle when to go in to the center....I don't want to labor for hours and hours and hours at the birth center, and I'm not quite ready for UC
Having a posterior baby seems like it could make it harder to gauge when to go in. With DS, my water broke, contractions were 5 mins apart immediately. Hospital was almost an hour away, and since I was 3cm dilated 2-3 days before I went into active labor, my former midwife (different state) had me come in right away, so it was pretty clear cut
I guess I need to do a fear release from my hypnobirthing materials, eh?