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Old 02-18-2013, 02:35 PM   #8
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Re: ugh. fetal positioning issues. baby is IN my right hip.

yes it will cause issues as the ligament on that side is not allowing baby to fully drop or be in the right position. getting adjusted or you putting pressure on the ligament will allow it to relax and baby will shift IMMEDIATELY. it doesnt feel good but once baby drops its so much better. and yes, labor can be much longer as well as pushing if you do not correct that.

if you see a chiro, ask for the websters technique
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