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    Default How to encourage baby to move position?

    Im currently 27+5 and after ideas to encourage baby to move from its current EXTREMELY UNCOMFORTABLE position.
    I went on the million paws walk this morning and 5km later baby has moved itself to where it's really stuck into my left side between my waist, belly button and hip. You can literally see it over there. The other side of my belly is empty and, it's head makes a little lump in my waist! It's back is to my back and feet and knees pressing into my belly.
    My skin and muscles are protesting but I'm mostly getting lots of pain in my back, groin and hips.
    I've tried using a heat pack, and lying on each side. Any ideas please? Tried googling but not sure what is safe at this stage.

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    On your hands and knees and rock.

    Cheeky bubba

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    Have a look on the spinning babies website?

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    I've been rocking, it makes me more comfortable but hasn't encouraged it to budge over. Going to check out spinning babies now!

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    Rebozo sifting might do the trick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Rebozo sifting might do the trick!
    This is magic Atropos! Not an instant fix but a real relief. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by #Mama View Post
    This is magic Atropos! Not an instant fix but a real relief. Thanks
    Oh I'm glad to hear it- I had DH do this for me quite a bit in the third fri, it really took the pressure off for a little while, was heavenly!

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