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I had a low lying placenta and now I don't. She is breach and transverse her butt down and feet up. Midwives can't do breach homebirths I worked so hard for a VBAC. I've been doing hands and knees etc. since 25 weeks! I hope she moves! I'm a so scared of a c section. I know I'll get depressed if I have one.
Oh sweetheart, I'm so sorry. Have you been to a chiropractor? I hope she moves for you, I really do. Please don't stop posting here, once your little one arrives, I'd love to hear about it. We're always open if you need us.
Marisa (29) married to J (35), mama to G (10), D (7), B (5) and K (1).
Little Miss joined our family Dec 4th, 2015 at 35 weeks.
Your baby is in the Frank breech position, it isn't transverse, tranverse is lying sideways.
Don't give up, first of all, breech can be a vaginal delivery still, the risks of it are equal or less than that of a cesarean.
My last was breech until I had an external cephalic version. Many midwives can perform one. Or a Dr. I also went to a chiropractor for the Websters' technique. I used accupuncture. Breech tilts, pulsatilla, visualization...
My chiro worked wonders to get my little one to turn. I had two breech babes at term that we did successful versions with and then Reid flipped after several visits to the chiro around 34 weeks. I hope your little one turns for you!
Alison - Mom to: Emmeline (7/14), Augustus (2) Maximus (4) Eleanor (5) Reid (6) Evelyn (8) Lucas (13) Christopher (14)