20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi,i have anterior placenta what does it mean??does it cause any complications in future??

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Answer: An anterior placenta is a placenta located on the front of the uterus.If placenta stays in the same place by covering the cervix even at 40 weeks of pregnancy, a normal delivery is not possible.
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    kimchi the good boy645 days ago

    Thanks for the reply nantha.

Answer: It means that your placenta is located on the front wall of the uterus... this is absolutely normal and doesn't cause any harm to your baby's growth and development..
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    kimchi the good boy645 days ago

    Thank you shoumiya.

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