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PostPosted: 09 May 2012 16:22 
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Had midwife today and she said baby is transverse? What is this? Searched online and it says if baby stays this way will need a c section, to be honest I'm a bit scared. She has also confirmed that I have SPD and is referring me for physio. On the plus side iv not had morning sickness for 2 weeks xxx

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PostPosted: 09 May 2012 17:10 
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Transverse basically means baby is lay on their side so horizontal across your tummy. If your late on in pregnancy then it can be a bit of a pain, but if you've still got a fair few weeks baby is more likely to spin around alone. Of baby is sideways its harder for them to move down, and they tend to sit there quite happily.
I'm fairly sure she will turn herself over the next few weeks. Don't worry yourself, get scrubbing the floors lol they don't like that!
Hope the physio works for you!
Well done on no morning sickness! It's great when that passes lol!

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PostPosted: 09 May 2012 20:30 
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[smilie=clap.gif] to the disappearance of the morning sickness.
As for the transverse - what Jess said :lol: :lol:
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jess_r_09 wrote:
Transverse basically means baby is lay on their side so horizontal across your tummy. If your late on in pregnancy then it can be a bit of a pain, but if you've still got a fair few weeks baby is more likely to spin around alone. Of baby is sideways its harder for them to move down, and they tend to sit there quite happily.
I'm fairly sure she will turn herself over the next few weeks. Don't worry yourself, get scrubbing the floors lol they don't like that!
Hope the physio works for you!
Well done on no morning sickness! It's great when that passes lol!


Thanks Jess, I will be scrubbing the floors for the next 14 weeks if it will help.
I really hope the physio works too as the pain is getting worse.
Just when I was started to feel 'normal' again after sickness this happens lol xx

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[smilie=clap.gif] to the disappearance of the morning sickness.
As for the transverse - what Jess said :lol: :lol:
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[smilie=clap.gif] [smilie=clap.gif] [smilie=clap.gif] to the disappearance of the morning sickness

[smilie=gun_bandana.gif] [smilie=gun_bandana.gif] [smilie=gun_bandana.gif] to the appearance of SPD, transverse and stupid iritis

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There's some exercises you can do for trying to rotate baby too lol. Search on google and you'll find them. There pretty basic so worth a try lol :lol:

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Your womb is more stretchy than the first time around so still plenty of time for bubs to get in the right position!

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