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July 17th, 2013, 01:04 PM
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Try not to worry, still plenty of time to turn. At 33 weeks this baby was head down, turned transverse the next day, footling at 34 weeks, transverse on the other side 4 days later, head down for about a day and is transverse again right now (35w) and I'm not worried, she's just an active little thing.

My 1st was transverse at EVERY check from 17w to 36.5w when she finally turned head down. And, like UM said, some don't even turn until labor!

I used some Spinning Babies techniques with my first. I don't know if it worked or if it was just a coincidence. I do know this one likes to drastically change positions every time I swim. After 37 weeks I'll spend some more time bouncing on my ball trying to get her to engage when/if she goes head down, but I am not too worried about it unless I get to the point that I'm in real labor and she's still poorly positioned.
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