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and I hope the chiro is able to help turning the baby and easing your fears.
Will the hospital do an external version? I know my OB would almost always try. If the chiro doesn't help, and you're not averse to going to see an OB for an external version... maybe something to consider? I would do that over a C-section.
Originally Posted by steffanie3
A Webster technique chiropractor should really help. On my first visit with mine she said 9 of the 10 breech mamas she worked on turned and the one that stayed was a really easy breech delivery, the hospital didn't have time to even consider a c/s.
Tracey, mama of 5 beloved children here with me on Earth and one precious son I will meet again in Heaven 6/17/09 - 9/6/09.
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