Our baby is still footling breech, and it isn't looking good for him flipping on his own... We have been doing some of the exercises at home that the doctor gave us starting at 32 weeks, but I get really frequent braxton hicks contractions whenever the baby is super-active (which the exercises usually cause) so I feel like every time the poor baby tries to move i end up putting him in a vice and preventing it.
My doctor scheduled a c-section at my 36 week appt a couple days ago for our due date in case the baby doesn't turn. If the baby does then we will go back to planning for a vaginal delivery. We aren't going to try to turn the baby cause it just seems too risky. The baby is "measuring" ahead (I know generally horribly inaccurate), its my first baby so my uterus isn't real stretched out to give room for it, and my placenta is anterior. Also, my sister's baby was breech in July (her third baby but placenta was also anterior) and they ended up tearing the placenta resulting in an emergency c-section during the version. Just doesn't seem worth it when planning a normal one would likely guarantee our baby would get to go at least full term (babies in my family are notoriously late). So, oh well. All I want is a healthy baby, and I'm coming to terms with a c-section if that is what it takes!