1. […] Needless to say, I was exhausted and sore come morning. Baby had been moving well. I wasn’t sure what was going on, but I didn’t really want to over-analyze it. I have walked every day this week (total of about 9 miles) so maybe I just overdid it. I’m planning on taking it easier over the weekend, drink, rest, and really focus on positioning exercises. […]

  2. […] By the time labor occurred there wasn’t much that could be done besides what we already did. Further research into the subject of malpositions during labor (please read this link if you are pre… has made me realize even more what an excellent job my midwife did in positioning my body during […]

  3. Cris

    Thank you for sharing! You helped a strager, miles apart from you, to understand the 1st c-section and the failed vbac. Now i understand the “no brake between contractions” on my first birth. I just got the hospital papers: he was right occiput, head deflected, and cord arownd his neck.

    • When you have a malposition, some babies just CANNOT be born naturally. That doesn’t mean you did anything wrong. Hugs from a fellow section and “failed VBAC” mama!

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