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25 weeks pregnent mother my placenta is anterior if any change to delivery

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Anterior is just the position of attachment of placenta to your uterus. It's quite common and normal to have anterior placental attachment. It won't cause any change in pregnancy or delivery
Hi,anyerior placenta is located in the front wall f the uterus,there is no complicated with that,and it is possu to get normal delivery with anterior placenta
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    Jaya Lakshmi43 days ago

    My 1st delivery is cessearian if any problem in delivery

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