My bub rotated himself to posterior during labour. I delivered naturally but pushed for two hours and needed to be cut as his head was stuck and he was in distress. The midwives tried their hardest to get me to labour on hands and knees or arms over the head of the bed...unfortunately those positions were excruciating for me and I ended up delivering semi reclined. All my labour pain remained in the front, I had no back pain.
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01-05-2013 19:56 #32
My baby was posterior on the Sunday - confirmed with ultrasound. By Monday she had turned. I did a lot of rocking on all fours and leaning on a fit ball. I also got dh to shine a torch at my back.
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