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Is it possible to have multiple breech babies?
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dawnmommyof2tx posted:
Hi ladies! My first (son) was breech and was taken emergency csection at 37 weeks, he was born at 9lbs.1.5oz. I am now 18 weeks with my second (boy) as well and have this nerve racking feeling he could be breech too. Is that possible? Does it all depend on the size of the baby, are there other things too that make it happen that way? I am very scared!
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reb_hun responded:
every baby is different don't worry!! you have plenty of time for that baby to turn anyways if it is breech. normally they turn head down by the time of delivery, but if you're still worried i would ask your doctor. good luck!!
 
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MadlyMaggieMae responded:
My grandma had three breech babies... all vaginally cause back then they had no way of knowing and didn't do c-sections all that often. But as PP said all babies are different and if your really worried you can talk to your doctor and monitor this one closer so that it's not an emergency situation if he is.

Good luck and I hope this baby cooperates and comes out the right way!


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