My bub's had his head down and in 'perfect position' for weeks now, with his torso on my left and kicking around on my right.
This morning I've noticed that he 's on my right and I'm being kicked under my left ribs.
I'm surprised he can be so acrobatic at this late stage... Does it mean his head has come back up to allow him to somersault?
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05-04-2013 11:06 #1Senior Member
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37w5d and baby seems to have completely changed position....
05-04-2013 11:26 #2
It sounds like bub has just changed sides, but is still head down. My bub's head is pretty firmly locked into my pelvis, but it still manages to move from my left to right side regularly (am nearly 39 weeks). DS still had enough room to change positions while I was in labour at 41+1 (which was very uncomfortable for me!)
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