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    Quote Originally Posted by jennibear View Post
    i was on the syntosin drip and ARM... no gel! I had a S&S the day before but it didnt work. I was however 2-3 cms when had the S&S!!
    It was FAR more intense than my first labour. My first labour was 16 hours and my second (induction) was just under FOUR!! I thnk the hardest part of a posteriour labour is (with both my bubs) i had the urge to push before i was 10 cms!!! I tell you, trying not to push when my body is telling me to....
    NOT NICE!!!

    Just remember you have 10 days to go before they have you booked for a c0section...alot can happen in 10 days!!!

    Look up 'how to bring on labour'...although none of it worked for me!!
    Wow 4 hours! that's crazy! OK well that's interesting to know. Maybe it is worth trying the ARM then if I've dilated a bit first. I have just been thinking negatively that if the baby was still OP then it would probably end in an emergency CS anyway (like my last one did). You guys give me HOPE

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    I'm a strong believer in bubs knowing what position is best for them when it comes to birth, honestly the only thing I can think of that you haven't mentioned is the webster technique a chiro can help with this. Both my first 2 labours started off with the babe in a posterior position, they both turned in labour as most posterior babies do.

    Eta also look into rebozo sifting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    I'm a strong believer in bubs knowing what position is best for them when it comes to birth, honestly the only thing I can think of that you haven't mentioned is the webster technique a chiro can help with this. Both my first 2 labours started off with the babe in a posterior position, they both turned in labour as most posterior babies do.
    Eta also look into rebozo sifting
    Thanks Thermolicious. I did talk to my chiro today about the Webster Technique, turns out she's been doing it with me the whole time, but just didn't refer to it as such. Yes you're right, perhaps bubs knows what she's doing and I should stop interfering!

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    I had my first VB posterior. My 3rd was the same as you he just didnt want to turn, he would turn anterior than go back posterior the same day... very frustrating. I had an elective CS, but i have other health issues as well. I know many women who delivered posterior babies with no issues. I heard most babies turn during labor, warm baths during labor are suppose to help


 

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