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    Hi there, anyone else's bub breech at present?? I'm 31 weeks & at 28 bub was head down but has since turned! First baby was frank breech born by Caesarian. Tips/hints/advice to turn this bub around?!! Help!

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    Have you looked at the spinning babies website? At about 30 something weeks there was a possibility that DD was transverse and I really wanted an intervention free birth so I investigated lots of things, one suggestion that came up was moxibustion. It turned out that DD was head down bum up and fully engaged so I didn't end up doing anything.


 

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