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    DS2 was breach until 35-36 weeks. DS3 currently breech at 28 weeks. Plenty of time. Fingers crossed your placenta is moved at your scan!

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    Default When did your 2nd baby turn head down?

    Dd2 was on an oblique lie until 39 weeks then turned herself head down. I was panicking but the obs never gave it a second thought. They said with 2nd child they usually give right up until labour as the uterus is much more stretchy so it's more likely they can turn if and when it's needed.

    I tried a couple of positions from the spinning babies site but I wasn't very vigilant or consistent so I'm not sure if it helped.

    Eta: I also had a low lying placenta (I was told to avoid sex!) but my placenta had moved up by 32 week scan. Fingers crossed it'll happen for you too xx
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    Mine didn't😞 he was footling breech from about 28wks and stayed that way so I had a planned cs. Not what I wanted after my drug free water birth with dd but was a lovely experience in the end

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    30+3 and bubs head is at my rib cage, so weird after first born was head down from about 19 weeks! Plenty of time for bub to turn. They can tell without scanning though yeah? I had a fetal wellness scan today after coming into contact with chicken pox just recently, that confirmed bubs position but I could feel it anyway.

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    Yea generally they can feel the position Bub is in. I have a scan next Friday for my placenta so we will see if Bub has turned by then.

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    Turned last Sunday at 32wks + 1. I thought it had a more movement on both sides with kicking me in the ribs at the same time. Had scan for placenta (internal + external) and I was right with positioning. Placenta is still smack down on top of cervix and dropping

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    Turned last Sunday at 32wks + 1. I thought it had a more movement on both sides with kicking me in the ribs at the same time. Had scan for placenta (internal + external) and I was right with positioning. Placenta is still smack down on top of cervix and dropping
    Do you get another scan or are you now down for a c section?

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    Should I encourage Bub to move anterior first or just to turn head down?

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    Had an external then internal scan on tues. placenta has moved 6mm but needs to move a few inches lol, that's not gonna happen. Still down for c-sec in a month . But having another internal scan on 36wks to see exact Positioning again. I'm a bleeder so hence GA and hysterectomy on the same day. I've also dropped a lot more so I could go at any stage which are also prepared for. Welcome to high risk of high risk

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    Depend where your placenta is sitting. I was in agony when Bub turned on the weekend only because of the position of placenta vs baby. Placenta is winning . I literally look like I have swallowed a basketball. Running joke at work.


 

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