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    With my first, I didn't drop at all. She didn't make her way really down there until I was in the hospital.

    Second dropped though after I spent a few days bouncing on beds/gym balls trying to get her to come out because I was so over false starts. An idea maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubs'n'Roses View Post
    With my first, I didn't drop at all. She didn't make her way really down there until I was in the hospital.

    Second dropped though after I spent a few days bouncing on beds/gym balls trying to get her to come out because I was so over false starts. An idea maybe?
    I own a gym ball, might use it in place of my chair today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellymoe View Post
    I own a gym ball, might use it in place of my chair today!
    Good luck! I was so determined to do something to bring on labour I was all over the bed/gym ball and I did actually feel her move down.

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    My belly dropped but then DS was halfway into my pelvis as 34 weeks and then arrived at 38, so he was keen to get out! But I also did a lot of kneeling and sitting on the fit ball to encourage him to be in the correct position, so definitely give the ball a go. Hope it's not too much longer for you!!

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    My belly never dropped and i never had BH with DD and she came on her due date... This time round my belly dropped a week ago at 36 wks and ive had mostly uncomfortable but sometimes painful BH since about 20wks... Ive made it to the magic 37 week mark now so just not-so-patiently waiting

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    DD didn't drop at all, i was induced at 40+10, and she still didn't drop during labour. She had to be pushed down at the same time they broke my waters. That hurt!!! lol.


 

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