How to turn the baby

Waiting for the stork

  • visachka02/16/2005 at 15:27:19
    How to turn the baby ????????
    We are already 34 weeks old, and he is still upside down! My husband and I were very expecting a natural childbirth and I really do not want to be cut. The doctor says that it’s impossible to influence his location, and the other one says that he probably will not even turn over, that I have too little room in my stomach for this. I heard that you can do some kind of exercise to stir the karapuz. Is this all gossip or can someone know good examples? Share, please!
    • Katarina02/18/2005 at 13:07:23
      My daughter turned upside down somewhere in this period.
      or even later - I don’t know for sure, but I know that at the 32nd week there was a pelvic, and at the 38th week it was a headache. I did the following exercises:
      1. Lie on a flat sofa and lie on the side where the head of the child is shifted (usually the head is shifted to the right or left hypochondrium). To lie on one side for 3-10 minutes, and then about the same time - on the other side. This exercise is performed 2-3 times a day. It is recommended to sleep on the side where the head is shifted.
      2. Lie on your back, putting something under the lower back in such a way that the pelvis rises 20-30 cm above the head. In this position, you should stay 5-15 minutes.In this case, under the action of gravity, the head of the child rests on the bottom of the uterus, and the child himself (to whom, apparently, does not like it very much) often unfolds in the head presentation. This exercise is performed 2 times a day on an empty stomach.
      Strange as it may seem, but it seemed to me that it turned over exactly after the first of the exercises - so in my case it turned out to be effective.
      Try it, maybe it will help you
      Good luck to you.
    • Timushka02/16/2005 at 16:20:10
      I heard this charging option:
      lie on one barrel, then on the other, then stand in the knee-elbow position and pump the pelvis. I can’t say anything about efficiency. Then I heard that it is very effective to make a headstand. This will not comment because I do not know if I would decide on this :))
      • Lyasha02/16/2005 5:53:05 PM
        I certainly small lay head down
        but I was standing on my head - there is nothing scary - I just need my husband or someone else to insure - support - by the way very much and very much help from the back - if you can’t decide on a headstand - you can make a birch near the wall quality only - the effect is the same
        and also as an option - handstand in the pool
        and then, after all, buttocking diligence is a variant of the norm - you only need to find a doctor - who is not too lazy to accept your childbirth - well, and persuade - it does not hurt

        Olga and Liza (01/08/2003)

      • JuliK03/24/2005 11:28:52
        I did just that
        but instead of a stand on her head she made a birch tree, but she didn’t keep the nights up, but lay on the back of the sofa.
        the baby eventually turned upside down, maybe of course a coincidence, and maybe it helped. it was fun when she turned over at such a time, the stomach turned from a longitudinal to transverse, the heels protruded from her side :) by the way, my baby made all these attempts at a shower in the shower.
        good luck to you!

        Mother Yulia and Anyuta (06/18/2003)
        ICQ 74699328

    • Bamby03/06/2005 at 16:10:27
      and I had it
      up to 36 weeks. I just ... persuaded him! And nothing more did. And do not worry, they can turn in the rodzal. Good luck to you birth!

      Bambi and the son of Olezhka (05.02.2005)

    • Drakosha02/16/2005 at 15:51:34
      Well, there is always hope :)
      my daughter turned upside down only on the day of childbirth, having ruptured the fetal bladder at the top under the ribs during the coup :) Therefore, the water leaked a little bit and I was pierced with a bubble to speed up the process. Also went to the type of cesarean, and as a result she gave birth to herself :)

      Mother of Dragon and Lera (10/1/2001)
      valeria.kiev.ua/Valeria

    • Dolli02/16/2005 at 17:59:44
      Article from the magazine "We are waiting for the baby"
      4 exercise fight.
      1. Kitty standing on all fours, bend and arch your back
      2. Lying on your back, press your bent legs into the wall under the ass, put so many pillows that the priest was above the head then the baby will be uncomfortable, he will probably want to turn over.
      3. Lying on your back roll on one side and then on the other linger in postures.
      4. Bend your knees on your back and move your heels as close as possible to your buttocks. Position the lock and then turn the pelvis towards the back of the fetus.
      Sleep better on the left side.
      Successful childbirth and do not be afraid of anything.
    • Mashka_V02/16/2005 at 16:06:42
      My friend told me that she persuaded the baby ...
      that constantly asked him to roll over and he turned over. I don’t know if there is a real relationship or it’s just mom’s faith, but I think you can try it :))
    • Lenka_K02/16/2005 at 18:58:52
      such an option
      in addition to all the above-mentioned, she read that you can put your feet on her husband’s shoulders and lie in that half-cut position for 10 minutes.
      I have the same problem. The doctor said while not doing any exercises, wait for the control ultrasound. Perhaps even the baby will turn over. I wait and hope. Very tuned to give birth herself.
      Good luck to you!
      • Dolli02/16/2005 at 19:02:27
        it's very real to give birth but the doctor should be special
        because you need to be able to pull the head without harming anything
    • Bee03/08/2005 11:57:36
      Here is another option
      Do you know how? Take a wide board (Evminov’s profilactor is ideal) and lie downside down at a slight angle on the back. There, their center of gravity shifts and the kids are in place. This is a more benign procedure than a birch tree, and you can hang it longer. I, too, had such a period, but the baby turned over to normal. And my local gynecologist thus turned her son. By the way, she advised it.
      • visachka03/08/2005 at 19:01:17
        thanks, i'm doing everything slowly
        but so far without results. Just yesterday I read that you can put headphones with music on the lower abdomen and shine with a flashlight so that he wants to lie down with his head. But my baby freezes during all the exercises and does not even move. Hope is not losing.

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