Today I found out bub is transverse and most probably unstable lie as she is always moving.
She has been transverse most of my pregnancy.
I'm really worried about cord prolapse if I go into labour and my waters breaking as I live an hour away from hospital.
My OB said I could go into labour this week as bub is moving so much she could rupture the membranes causing my water to break and to just come straight to hosp.
He is a very popular highly praised OB so I'm hoping he is doing the right thing by not seeing me till my c-sect next tues.
What would you do in my position?
If you have had unstable lie what happened?
Really freaking out
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