As the title may indicate I am looking for people's stories on posterior births etc and the chances of getting a baby to turn.
This little fella is currently head down, but posterior, with his back turned out a little anterior on my RHS (if you are facing my belly).
I have a LH lying placenta which is at the front of my belly as well. (again LHS if you are facing my belly)
I was wondering if the positioning of the placenta could be affecting the little guy from turning? And my chances of him shifting before term (I am 33w4d).
Have looked at the spinning babies website and plan to use a couple of methods listed there, but are there any other tips you can think of to help him move?
ETA please excuse the typo in the title!