Quoting ᗩmandaSixx |33 wks|:" My son was "sunny side up" whats the chances of it happening again?"
It just depends on the reason it happened. In my case, we have come to the conclusion that my pelvis is shaped wrong for delivering babies the right way. My son was Posterior after labor started, we turned him the right way then he turned back. I ended up having to have a c-section after 45 hours of labor because about 35 hours of that I was stuck at 7 cm. My 2nd was a planned c-section so no labor. My 3rd was a planned c-section, but I had regular contractions for months before I had her. I felt them in my back mostly and was feeling kicks in the front. This was mainly only when I'd have the contractions....then she'd go back to her normal position. A few of my cousins also had posterior babies as well as my aunt. We think it's a genetic issue. However, you can just have a posterior baby for no good reason. I know people who've had normal deliveries and then a posterior thrown in there.