I'm just about 36 weeks and 4 weeks ago baby was head down but posterior. Now baby has turned part of the way but apparently a Right Occiput Transverse baby has a good chance of rotating posterior in labor. I went through Spinning Babies today but am still trying to figure out which exercises would be the best. I'm also seeing a Chiro weekly to work on allignment and loosening my ligaments. Just wondering if anyone had luck getting a ROT baby into a better position prior to birth. I'm planning a birth center VBAC and this is our last baby. I really want this little person to be in the best possible launch position prior to labor. I've been doing pelvic rocks, tailor sitting, and trying to resist reclining on the couch.
I know my daughter was in the same position if not entirely posterior throughout my last pregnancy. I'm extremely short waisted which I think encourages baby to curve around but my midwive said there is room for the baby to be more up and down. I'm not convinced there is room as DD was a very long legged baby and this baby's bum is already shoved into my rib cage. Wouldn't this push the feet against my spine? (ouch)