Ok...so when babies are transverse/breech/oblique....
I'm missing a trick here. Can someone help me see whats what.
When people have babies that are laying transverse, breech or oblique, they have a scan etc to check position of baby, if appropriate an ECV is offered. If ECV is successful or if baby turns naturally on its own great problem solved BUT....how do they know when you go in to labour possibly a week or two later, that the baby hasn't turned back in to an undesirable position???
I only ask as I am currently carrying oblique. Everyone has told me not to worry as baby still has loads of time to move, which is true. However it seems that this would also mean he has time to turn back to oblique....which is a major problem should my waters go?
So how do they know....is baby's movement monitored more closely if you have had anything other than a normal head down baby??