My DD was posterior. I didn't know until I was fully dilated & my OB arrived on the scene for the delivery & said to the midwives - the baby is posterior!! She was basically delivered by ventouse, I pushed twice I think.
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09-01-2012 13:17 #12Senior Member
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DS was posterior. I just remember back pain during the contractions but as it was my 1st didn't think anything of it.
After 1.5 hours of pushing DS was born with the help of forceps and an epesiotomy. Doing everything i can to try and make sure this one isn't posterior!
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