baby number 2
Rachel - posted on 10/30/2008
There is plenty of time for your babyy to turn and it is very likely he will even if its during your last stages of birth. There are some positions that will help you help him turn that you can start now and also can birth in. Don't lay on your back, try to stay active, get on all fours, rock your hips, lay on your side (preferably left) while pushing with our leg up...anything that will offer the baby more room. The most important thing is to be relaxed so your pelvic floor will be relaxed and therefore will give him just a bit more room.
Best to you!!! Stay relaxed & confident that it will all work out!
ÃÃ³rey - posted on 10/30/2008
Hi! I´m due the 21st with my number two, I have a girl who´s 2 since october 24th. I really hope to have my little boy early in my arms and off my bladder ;o) He is (hmm wonder how it´s said in english...) his head is in place for birth (hope you know what I mean) but his face is in the wrong direction. He´s supposed to be looking back, but is looking front. This can mean a considerably harder birth for both of us if he doesn´t turn during labour. (70% of them do, I´m told) His head will stretch back instead of toward his chest... I´m a bit nervous about this, and really hoping he´ll come early so he´ll be a little smaller...
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