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    Cat lover agree you need to wear something more fitted. Show off that bump, you won't have it for much longer.

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    Congratulations Ann lovely news on the birth of your Gorgeous daughter looking forward to hearing what the Mater is like

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    Congrats Ann! Glad everything is going well so far

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    [QUOTE=stc76;7774879][STC my baby was born frank breech. I can put up a picture if you like of how she came out.]

    Team Panda, that would be great if you're willing to share. I'm an information junkie and you can never get enough.[/QUOTE

    Stc Ive attached 2 photos. If you zoom in you can see the position she was in.
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    Omgosh panda, it looks awfully uncomfortable. We have Lexi's ultrasound on Friday but I'm sure it will be fine.

    Why are all these bubs breech? For those that had a breech bub, did you all also have an anterior placenta?

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    Congrats Ann on the arrival of your little princess.. Enjoy every moment.. Go DH sounds like he's a great help!

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    Congrats Ann- so pleased to hear everything went ok and that bubs is doing well!

    Panda- omg! Why do they get into that position!!!

    Ngaiz- I'm also breech with anterior placenta, but baby has also always been jammed over to the right??? Has been wedged against my rh rib for last few days (ouch), same position, getting very uncomfortable! Apparently my brother and I were also breech for nearly all of the pregnancy (we were both delivered via cs). I've just assumed its my height and maybe uterus shape.

    Alright... And now for the crazy... My bump started 'clicking' last night when the baby moves. Happened another 5 times today- definitely the bump and not me.. What the hell is going on with that?!!!

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    Ngaiz my bub was breech and I had anterior placenta.

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    Congrats on the safe arrival of your little miss Ann!!!

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    I get some vicious tightenings when I go for a walk around the block but it all stops when I do! Catch 22 with my SPD issues - if I push the walking to much then I'll be in no shape to labour when the time comes!!

    spidery - my two cents on the natural vs c-section...... unless you have some other health issue that means bub should arrive early then there should be NO difference between an ivf pregnancy and a non ivf pregnancy. Placenta failure etc can occur to a normal conception too..... in fact there have been 2-3 babies arrive 4-6 weeks early due to placenta failure from my May DIG who were not ivf conceptions, fit/healthy under 40 year old mothers.
    I definitely do not believe that anyone should be induced early just because they conceived by ivf, if bubs isnt ready then you run the risk of a cascade of interventions and possible c-section. I actually think its scare-mongering to suggest that you should have a c-section due to ivf or bmi too..... if it is a first pregnancy then there is zero evidence to suggest your body isn't capable of birthing vaginally.
    I'm 40+2 today, no bub yet, no problems, and being monitored by a private obstetrician also. She has no inclinations to induce me until next week.
    But of course you pay the money to your ob for him to guide you and you should do what you think is best for you and for bubba.

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    Congrats on the safe arrival of your little girl Ann!!

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