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Tell me about your breech babies...

Yesterday confirmed more than gender for me, it also confirmed that this baby is in fact breech, as if the constant kicks to the cervix weren't enough for me to know how he was positioned. I'm at 27 weeks now, the odds are still good that he'll turn before it's too late, right?
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27 weeks is very early. I don't think they start worrying until you hit like 36 weeks, IIRC.
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27 weeks is very early. I don't think they start worrying until you hit like 36 weeks, IIRC.
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My oldest turned head down the night before I went into labor. She was 7 lbs, 10 oz.

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I'm 28 weeks and this little bugger is breech too. I'm trying not to worry about it because everyone says he will flip soon....!
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*whew* Thanks everyone, neither of the older boys were ever positioned like this, for this long at least. And I would, for obvious reasons, prefer to avoid a c-section if at all possible.
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I think mine is breech too. I'm gonna ask the midwife to feel my stomach with her hands on my next appointment. I am always scared about my babies being breech.
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My oldest turned head down the night before I went into labor. She was 7 lbs, 10 oz.
My youngest did that and she was 8lbs 10oz
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Nodak, have you checked out spinningbabies.com? It's worth a look, IMO.
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I haven't yet, but I will be sure to check it out now. Thanks!
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He turned!! Midwife checked today, and he is now head down. Now, let's hope he stayed that way.
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Click here to enlarge I got checked today and mine is head down now too Click here to enlarge
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Click here to enlarge I'm glad everyone turned. Click here to enlarge

For future reference, when we did that whole drama about dd not turning, I went to a chiropractor for the Webster technique and she turned the next day after my first treatment. Definitely worth looking into, IMO- the success rate is huge. Click here to enlarge
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I will have to look into this as well. My little fellow is still butt first. Click here to enlarge
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