Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Can I have normal delivery with anterior placenta?
Answer: Yes u can have normal delivery with anterior placenta
Question: With anterior placenta can i under go with normal delivery
Anterior placenta means placenta is on the front wall of the uterus. Baby will be behind that. People say that babies' kicks will be cushioned by placenta if it is anterior and hence one may start feeling the kicks only later in the pregnancy compared to people with posterior placenta.
Not necessary that you cant have vaginal delivery.
The only concern would be if it's low lying placenta and blocking the birth canal. As long it's not low don't have to worry, and even its low doctors will work around it. Stay calm.
Question: Fundal anterior placenta is normal or not.. I'm scared about that.. can I have normal delivery with fundal anterior placenta?
Answer: Hello dear
An anterior placenta is a placenta located on the front of the uterus. Most of your sensations of baby's small limb movements may be hidden behind the placenta.
If placenta stays in the same place by covering the cervix even at 40 weeks of pregnancy, a normal delivery is not possible.
Question: my placenta shows anterior fundal can i have normal delivery???
Answer: No, it is not. An anterior placenta should not cause any problems for you or your baby. It will also not automatically affect the kind of birth you have.
After the egg fertilises, it travels down your fallopian tube, and gets embedded in your uterus (womb). At exactly this place where the fertilised egg implants in your uterus, your placenta gets formed. Thus, the position where placenta implants and develops may vary from person to person.
Your anomaly scan (ultrasound level II), that is done between 18 and 20 weeks will show where your placenta is lying. The ultrasound doctor will mention your placenta’s position in your ultrasound reports. The position of the placenta will be one of the following:
Anterior placenta, where the placenta is positioned on the front wall of your uterus (womb).
Posterior placenta, where the placenta lies on the back wall of your uterus.
Fundal position, in which the placenta lies on the top wall of your uterus.
Right or left lateral position, where the placenta is either on the right or left side of your womb.
Placenta praevia, when the placenta is partially or fully covering the cervix.
Remember, all the above positions are absolutely normal places for the placenta to get formed.