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    Default Subseptate Uterus and transverse baby

    Hi Ladies,
    I was wondering if anyone has any experience with a subseptate uterus and a transverse baby and managing a natural delivery.
    I'm 32w and bubs has been transverse for some time now.
    Obs says there is still time for the LO to turn but I'm wondering if the subseptate uterus has anything to do with it.
    Maybe there is no room to turn because of the deviation.
    Anyone experienced or read anything about this?
    I'll discuss with obs next appointment but hoping there is something i can do to move bub.
    I've looked on baby spinners and have started do their exercises.
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    I would say there's a high chance that your uterine shape is effecting babies position.

    Like your OB said, there is still plenty of time to turn, but depending on how far the deviation is, it might be too difficult for baby to get into a longitudinal position.

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    Hey there I was in the exact same boat with dd who is now five and she refused turn due to lack of room. I was admitted into hospital at 37 weeks incase I went into labour and an arm or leg just happened to fall out although they did say that was extreme. I ended up having a c-section at 37 w and 5 days as it was to risky to keep her in there.
    Discuss any fears you have with your ob and hopefully you'll get the result you want

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