How Do You Turn A Posterior Cervix To Anterior I

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ARD - July 8

I'm 38.1 weeks and I went to the doctor yesterday and he told me that I was at 0 station, but he couldn't get to my cervix to check for dialation (because he didn't want me to come off the table), so he said it was posterior. He said at my next appt. next Friday that if it was anterior and it was favorable, he'd set me up to be induced the following Monday or Tuesday (for the main reason that he is going on vacation for a week the day before my due date - and I really want him to deliver the baby).....I was just wondering, is there anything I can do myself to help change my cervix to anterior from posterior. Livdea said to walk, so i'm doing that, just didn't know if there was anything else I can do. Also, does this mean that I'm no where close to giving birth??

 

GLORIA - July 8

I am 38 weeks also. My EDD is July 21st. My cousin said walk,walk, walk. So I'm planning on doing just that. I went to the doc yesterday and he told me my cervix was also still posterior. This is my third baby. The first one came almost 2 weeks early. (11 days to be exact). And my second one came nearly three and a half weeks early. Both were boys, as is this one. But apparently he is in no hurry to come out. And it is hot and miserable this summer heat. I hope this walking works...for both of us if you wanna try. Good luck.

 

mom.2.5 - July 8

I really don't think there is any way to turn it, w/ all 5 of my pregnancies and deliveries, it didn't turn anterior until i was ready to give birth. I guess all bodies are different, but it did turn during labor. I just had my fifth and had to be induced at 38wks due to large baby and that he was 8lbs12oz but it was by far the easiest and fastest. SO GOOD LUCK

 

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