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Last night I was having a ton of pain in my hips and my stomach looked more like a football than a basketball. So when I got to my NST this morning I was not shocked when the said he was transverse. He kept getting off of the monitors and while they were trying to find him we watched him flip breech again! He never moved again during the test.I swear this baby is already trying to aggrivate me. I just wish he would get head down and stay there. Then all of the nurses kept asking how much longer or if I am doing anything to encourage labor. Really? I expect it from people I know but not from the hospital staff. I even got a few "you look miserable" comments. I am trying to keep focuses on my induction date so I'm not disappointed if I dont go into labor on my own. Today his hr was in the 180's where its been in the 110's the past few times. I'm starting to wonder if being head down causes him cord compression since hishr is so much betterwhen he is breech. My hips and the backs of my legs are killing me so I'm going to lay down and try to visualize him flipping to see if mind tricks work.
Mom to Jakob (10), Jarrett (9), and Elijah (4) and Tyler. (7 months) DH Cody
**always remembering my 3 angels*
I am a believer in acupuncture. It really made mine active. I say the chiropractor gave baby the room and the acupuncture gave her the energy to flip. Hope this little one flips for you soon! And while I was doing the acupuncture I would talk (not out loud) to the baby and tell her it was what mommy needed her to do and that I would never do anything to hurt her, that I wanted the best for her. And just visualized her turning head down.