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    Default Head down at 32w.

    Does this seem a little early to anyone else?

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    No - DD1 was heads down early, she stayed that way. DD2 was heads down at 32 weeks and breech on delivery at 35weeks. Nothing to worry about yet

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    No dd was head down at 26 weeks.

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    Not really. This bub has been head down since around 28 weeks.

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    no, my ds was heads down at 32 weeks as well. had him at 41 weeks.

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    Nope. My son was head down from 24 weeks. I went into spontaneous labour and he was born 40 + 3. At 32 weeks it would be hard for your bubs to turn breech.

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    Excellent! I'd been thinking he would still be all over the place at this point. Thanks ladies!

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    Nup, not unusual. Both DS and this bub were head down from 20-22 weeks. I think they just liked being that way

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    I'm 33 weeks and I wish bubs would go head down! Doc has already floated the the idea of a c-sec if in case she never spins...

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    Geez how funny. I wonder how long he's been upside down then? I just figured he's been upright until now! The whole time i thought the bump i can feel btw my navel and ribs was maybe the head or shoulder, but it's been his bottom!! Haha!
    Bibio - good luck!! x


 

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