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#1 of 6 Old 03-10-2005, 10:04 PM - Thread Starter
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At 39w1d

Please pray for me.


Update: went back to the MW today, thinking something was up (or rather, down) and I was right. She flipped AGAIN yesterday afternoon, so she is head down today. I'm thinking of naming her Flipper.

MW has now said that we have an "unstable lie" so she wants me in the hospital soon after I go into labor, to make sure baby is where she is supposed to be. I really wanted to labor more at home, but oh well. At least she didn't suggest an induction then and there. Cervix is still shut tight and baby isn't engaged yet, so probably an induction wouldn't be the best thing anyway.

*sigh* I'm thinking this baby has been sent to teach me about managing stress and anxiety. Whaddya think?

Thank you all so much for your positive vibes! It really means a lot to me.


Melissa Andrew dd1 dd2 dd3 and
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Oh no!

*sending you (& baby!) head-down vibes*

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and Brigid Eleanor (11/20/08)
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Your baby will turn, your baby will turn, your baby will turn, your baby will turn, your baby will turn, your baby will turn...
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your baby will turn!!!!!! if not, you can still have a vaginal birth!

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Your babe can still turn!

Hypnotherapy has an 85% success rate even when the mom is 37-40 weeks along. There's also acupuncture, moxi sticks (an acupuncturist can give them to you, they're easy to use), shoulderstands, etc.

Spend the money on these home remedies, it will be worth it. My baby was transverse until 37 weeks. She turned after a day of hypnotherapy, acupuncture AND moxi sticks. It was fun trying all these methods -- even if for some reason they don't work (but they probably will!), you'll become very relaxed, centered, and generally feel wonderful all over.
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