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Question: Anterior placents means what ... Is anything serious r normal?

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Answer: Hi The placenta typically attaches to the uterus in the back (posterior) of the uterus, though it can attach anywhere, including the sides, top, bottom  and the front (anterior). So an anterior placenta is a placenta that has attached to the front of the uterus. It is diagnosed during an ultrasound.Though having an anterior placenta isn’t a problem for the most part, there are some things that can be a bit… annoying. An anterior placenta can make those little things that help connect you with your baby in utero harder to uncover. It can just affect some of the things like may be u will feel baby movement late, also it takes more time to feel baby heart beat as well difficult to map baby position. 
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    Anonymous Mom29 days ago

    Anterior placenta is nt a problem. Bcz i had the same wid my 2nd one. Successful i had normal. Delivery.. So no worry..

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