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    Default Posterior birth and knowing you're in labour.

    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    I have had a normal and a posterior one. The pain was in similar places (my back and legs) for both. Incidently my midwife said she had back pains with all 5 of her kids and only one was posterior...

    So I think the back pain thing is a bit of an urban legend
    So because you and a midwife have back pain in an anterior labour makes it an urban legend? LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by tadpoles View Post
    I had this with DS but I didn't know/understand that he was posterior. I was induced and monitored so that's how I knew I was in labour. The pain was awful though
    Same for me too.


 

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