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It's never to late! I changed Dr's at 36 weeks 4 days! I am a firm believer my old practice would have killed me! I hope you get some answers soon. With my son i was like that, I literally could not walk without crying during the last 2 weeks It was HORRIBLE. I kept telling my OB that the baby was big and it was trying to kill me..LOL He kept telling me the baby was just fine and it was all because the baby was low. He ended up weighing 10lbs 3 oz and was still not engaged in my pelvis when I got to the hospital and was 6cm dilated.
Yea I am worrying that the baby is to big for my body because of all the pain I have been in. Last night all I could do is lay in the fetal position and cry I was hurting so bad but my husband called the doctor and he said everything was fine and to take a pain pill. I thought that was just stupid.
I am a crunchy stay at home mom to a , , and a my husband is in our eyes.
It is very rare for a woman to make a baby to big for her (I am just under 5'2" and gave birth vaginally to my son and he was sunny side up, which apparently makes it harder) so while your baby may be big, take heart that odds are it won't be to big to birth unless you have gestational diabetes or some other issue. The good news is I did go early with my son, apparently your body knows when the baby is getting just a bit to big and will start labor
Having done the pain your in I can only tell you that I sincerely hope you feel better soon because it is horrible to suffer through but we are all in the final last 4 week stretch and it will be over soon. I hope you have a wonderfully easy labor!