Anyone had a posterior bub and NOT felt the contractions in their back?
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28-03-2012 08:21 #1
Posterior Bub Contractions
28-03-2012 08:37 #2
I was induced and when they ruptured my membrane bubs was anterior but ended up being born posterior, so he turned at some point during my labour. I don't remember any back pain, so either I didn't get any or by that stage I was pushing (pushed for 2.5 hours) and the relief from the pushing dulled the back pain??
28-03-2012 09:29 #3
I had contractions in my back for 8-10 hours a day every day for a week before my labour "technically" started. I then had a 40+ hour labour. But I wasn't told bub was posterior until the second day in. I hadn't read up on posterior labour or know about different positions etc i think the back pain is really reduced by different positions etc
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