How to Turn a Breech Baby Naturally After 36 Weeks
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How to Turn a Breech Baby Naturally After 36 Weeks

I very vividly remember my 36 week prenatal visit. My swollen ankles were propped up on my midwife’s chair while my pudgy hands clutched my three—yes, three—page birth plan. I wanted an all-natural birth. No meds, lavender diffuser, yoga music, birthing ball, the works. My midwife assured me that the birthing center would help out…

Breech Births: What You Need to Know to Have a Breech Delivery
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Breech Births: What You Need to Know to Have a Breech Delivery

When my midwife told me that my daughter was breech, I was given three options: plan a c-section, turn the baby with an ECV, or flip my baby naturally. A breech delivery was not even on the table. A vaginal breech delivery is somewhat of a taboo term, especially in the US.  There are several…

10 Signs of a Breech Baby: How to Tell if Your Baby is Breech
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10 Signs of a Breech Baby: How to Tell if Your Baby is Breech

A mother’s instincts are strong. For the last 9 months, you’ve become well-acquainted with your baby. You’ve felt his movements, you know his habits. Now, things feel off. Your gut is telling you that your baby isn’t where he should be. If you’re wondering how to tell if your baby is breech, you’re not alone….

What to Do When Your Baby is Breech: Your Breech Pregnancy Step-by-Step Guide
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What to Do When Your Baby is Breech: Your Breech Pregnancy Step-by-Step Guide

When your baby is breech after 36 weeks, it’s easy to become overwhelmed by the pressure of turning your baby and researching delivery methods, while balancing doctor appointments and your life outside of pregnancy. If you’re struggling to keep up with the chaos of your breech pregnancy, then Mama, you’ve come to the right place….

Turning a Breech Baby: External Cephalic Version vs. a C-Section
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Turning a Breech Baby: External Cephalic Version vs. a C-Section

If your baby is breech after 36 weeks, you have a difficult choice to make. This late in the pregnancy game, you have three options: coax that stubborn baby to turn naturally, have a doctor perform an external cephalic version (ECV), or schedule a c-section. When I found out that my baby was breech, I…