What are the chances that a second birth would result in a posterior baby if the first one was posterior? My ds was most likely posterior (no one is completely positive -the day before I went into labor I had an appointment and by feeling my stomach my midwife was pretty sure he was in a great position). But, I had lots of signs of a posterior labor - a day of prodromal labor, then erratic contractions, HORRIBLE back pain where I'd have a contraction that would start in my back and last for a minute, then move to the front and last for a minute, then move back to the back again for another minute.... Labor was 25 hours total (once I hit active labor) and I was stuck at 6 centimeters for 8 hours. I ended up being transfered to the hospital, getting pitocin, the whole deal. Any way to tell if this is just how I birth or if my ds was just malpositioned, and if so, how likely it is that another baby would also be malpositioned? Thanks!