Having a mal-positioned baby (breech, transverse, etc) can still offer you the possibility of a vaginal birth. There are many techniques to turn the baby into a better position. Spinning babies (http://spinningbabies.com/) has numerous resources available. You can find ways to feel your stomach to tell how the baby is currently positioned and techniques to turn your baby and even workshops. The Webster method was named for Dr. Larry Webster and is a chiropractic adjustment technique to turn the baby into an optimal position. There is now a International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) Webster Technique Certification program. You can find a chiropractor certified in this technique in your area here (http://icpa4kids.org/Find-a-Chiropractor/). Another technique is the External Cephalic Version. A version is usually done around 37 weeks to turn a breech baby externally by pushing on your stomach. These are handled by your provider and, according to some statistics, has up to a 65% success rate. However, some providers choose not do this. There can be some risks involved so you should discuss this with your provider before making a decision if it is the best technique for you.
What are some other techniques YOU used to turn your mal-positioned baby?