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I've been saying all along that I kind of hope for one, so that I can get my tubes tied while he's in there, but now, eh, not so much.
The sad thing is that it's not even a guarantee yet, or even a percent chance of happening yet. He just told me at my appointment today that at the next he's doing an ultrasound to make sure all is going well and that the baby is in position. BUT if the baby ISN'T in position we have to go ahead and start talking c-sections since I didn't do too well with being induced when I had Bella. (It took two inductions with pitocin AND cervadil to get her out )
I have no reason to think Mason is breech, or well at least not breech the way Bella was, but the doctor said he couldn't be positive on if he was or wasn't head down when he checked me. Thus the ultrasound and possibility of a c-section.
mom of: Zach (10), Ryan (8), Bella (5), Mason (2), and pollywog #5 due 12/04/14
You're still pretty early, Trish, hang in there! Mason's got LOTS of time to turn (even if he is breech right now), and almost certainly will. Babies can still be pretty 'wiggly' right up until 36 weeks. So don't start worrying just yet. I hope things turn out well for you!
Thank you to the SSMC makers for my beautiful siggies!