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  • pregnants pregnants's Avatar 11-08-08 | 01:11 AM
  • Tomorrow I go see my midwives to get baby Jack turned. For the last 3 months he has been transverse breech... meaning he is laying across the top of my belly, sideways. His hard head is rammed into my right ribcage... very uncomfortable. I've tried leading him down with flashlights... putting speakers with soothing music... heating pads at the bottom of my belly. Then I stick a bag of frozen broccoli right on his little head. He kicks at the flashlight, and could care less about the rest of it. I'm not worried about him being delivered breech, I just want to sit here and watch all five seasons of Six Feet Under pain free. Anyone deal with this? The constant rib pain?
  • pregnants pregnants's Avatar 11-08-08 | 01:13 AM

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    This is JACK!! Turn baby turn!
  • Valleygirl Valleygirl's Avatar 11-08-08 | 04:20 AM
  • My son was breech and this baby is transverse, I have found both to be way more comfortable than my daughter who kept shoving her foot up between my ribs. Hopefully you can get him to turn and give you some comfort!
  • jillrn jillrn's Avatar 11-08-08 | 11:09 AM
  • I have heard to lay down on the couch backwards with your head hanging down and your feet up on the back of the couch! Doesnt sound comfortable but I guess you could try! LOL
  • Valleygirl Valleygirl's Avatar 11-08-08 | 11:18 AM
  • BTW I love your pg belly!!

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