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Baby girl is doing well as far as growing...... But we did an ultrasound and confirmed she is a transverse breech! So her butt is not completely down and her head is under the right side of my ribs...... :/
They gave me a list of things to do at home and told me to find a chiropractor that was trained in Webster technique.
I am really hoping she turns soon so I can stop worrying.........
Caleb is now head down for the most part, but sometimes I think he slips into a transverse position. I think there's still plenty of time for her to get and stay in a proper position, so I wouldn't worry about it too much. I go to a chiropractor trained in Webster, and I know that has helped his positioning. Plus it helps me to not have as much discomfort I'd also suggest checking out the spinning babies website, as they have lots of things that can help you get the baby into a proper position.
Wife to Josh
Mommy to Caleb (born 12/11/12)
The good news is that you still have plenty of time for her to turn. Definately look into using a chiro. Do you have a yoga ball? If not you need to run out and get one. Hopefully she will flip into the right position soon.
Mom to Jakob (10), Jarrett (9), and Elijah (4) and Tyler. (7 months) DH Cody
**always remembering my 3 angels*
I have a yoga ball as my office chair that i spend four days a week on. I am getting one for the house too. There is time left it would just make mommy feel a little less stressed if she would work with me