Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I m 20 weeks pregnant..i have posterior placenta..Is there any problem with Posterior placenta
Answer: Posterior Placenta is just the attachment of placenta to the uterus at the back wall. never creates any complication during pregnancy until and unless it is not low lying or covering the uterus opening
Question: Is it normal to have posterior placenta during 5th month
Answer: Hello! Posterior placenta is not a complication or a problem in pregnancy. It is the position of the placenta.
When the placenta develops at the back wall of the uterus, it is considered posterior placenta. This happens when the fertilised egg travels through the fallopian tube and attaches itself on the back or posterior side of the uterus. Having both anterior and posterior placenta is normal and doesn’t affect the growth and development of the baby. However, mothers with posterior placenta might seem to have a little more advantage than those who have anterior placenta. This is because having the placenta on the back wall of the uterus means feeling the baby’s movements and kicks early and stronger. Moreover, posterior placenta is considered to be the best for the baby as it allows the baby to grow and descend to the right position and align in the birth canal for a vaginal birth.
Question: Is it possible to have normal delivery with posterior placenta?
Answer: definitely dear posterior Placenta is best position of placenta anyone can have. Placenta is not a problem unless it is a low lying or placenta previa .
posterior Placenta means that your Placenta is placed on the back wall of uterus which is definitely a safe position .
Question: Is it normal to have right posterior placenta low laying
Usually the position of placenta is either at side or top if the placenta is attached at the back side of the uterus is posterior placenta, incase of low lying placenta it is attached at a lower end to the uterus, there are some difficulties as it may cover the cervix which can be a problem in vaginal birth ,it can cause pre term birth also but it may move up later in pregnancy along with the uterus..
Please dont worry much its a common condition and do as the Doctor say, do not walk fast, lot of bed rest, dont squat, dont lift heavy weight, avoid bumpy road, no intercourse, have fibrous food avoid constipation,
Good luck & hope this helps!