Does a Breech Twin Mean I’ll Need a C-Section?

One of my babies is still breech — I'm definitely going to have a c-section, right?
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ByExcerpted from The Baby Bump, Twins and Triplets Edition
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Feb 2017
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Most OBs will recommend a cesarean, but a vaginal birth might still be an option too, especially if a version (turning the baby manually) is successful. When your due date nears and baby is still breech, you and your OB will inevitably discuss both the risks and benefits of giving a version — or even a breech delivery — a shot.

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