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    Default Webster method to turn breech baby.....anyone??

    Has anyone tried the Webster chiropractic method to help Bub turn head down. I found out Bub was still breech at 33 weeks. I'm 34 now and pretty sure it is still breech. Getting a bit worried because I know it's a big baby and worried as it gets bigger it will run out of room to turn. Thinking of trying this method to help Bub turn but just wondering if anyone else has tried it and whether it was effective or not! Any advice / experience would be appreciated. I really don't want to have a c-sect and will do pretty much anything to avoid that and have a vaginal birth.

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    Default Webster method to turn breech baby.....anyone??

    Thanks missie mack. Just need to find someone who's certified in it. My normal Chiro hasn't done the course. Anyone else??

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    Default Webster method to turn breech baby.....anyone??

    Yes. Worked for me at 33 weeks.

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    Default Webster method to turn breech baby.....anyone??

    I've found someone. Seeing him Friday but to be honest my bump has changed heaps in the last 48 hours. It's heaps lower and even looks smaller. I've got lots of room under my ribs now so wondering if Bub has turned on its own. A few people have commented that it looks totally different. I wonder if the Chiro will be able to tell.

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    Default Webster method to turn breech baby.....anyone??

    Thank you. Will keep you posted!!

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    Default Webster method to turn breech baby.....anyone??

    Pretty sure Bub has turned and Chiro agrees. I went back to see him today. Will find out for sure on Thursday. Cross fingers but feeling pretty optimistic!!


 

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