Question:Placenta posterior grade 3 is best for normal delivery
It is just the position of placenta
The position of your baby is deciding factor for normal delivery
Placenta posterior implies your placenta is attached to the back wall of uterus
Placenta can be graded from 0-3
0 being during initial stage and gradually moving to 3 towards delivery
Given you are 37 weeks pregnant grade ,3 is normal and expected
Question:my placenta is posterior grade 2 to 3 in cephalic presentation normal delivery is possible
Answer: Cephalic presentation means baby is in head down position and u r almost prepared for normal delivery but it still doesn't gv the guarantee. U never knw what happens at the last stage. U Dnt think much and just stay positive.
Grade 3 placenta means a mature placenta with significant calcium deposits. There are levels within this also, so there is no need to panic if baby is doing fine.Don't be worried. At least you already know you have a slightly more mature placenta earlier than average. Most placentas reach grade 3 by 39 weeks. It's not by itself a huge problem but it calls for extra monitoring - doctor will probably ask you for regular NST and keeping track of baby movements. The doctor may also want to induce you earlier than 40 weeks. Maybe at 37-38 weeks depending on overall assessment by doctor of fetal nutrition continuity.
Question:Is posterior placenta is okay for normal delivery?
Answer: Posterior or anterior placenta is just position of placenta... posterior means placenta is attached to back wall of uterus and anterior means with front wall of uterus...it's nothing to worry about...it's nothing to do with normal/c-section ... don't worry