28 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi This is my wife 17th week of pregnancy scan result is Placenta-posterior; Presentation-Breech what is the meaning of the word breech Doctor said everything is normal but need more clarity please explain. Thanks

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Answer: Hi, Both an anterior and posterior placenta are normal for both the baby and the mother. When it is in the vertical location of the uterus, this makes it a placenta posterior. So it is normal. Most babies will move into delivery position a few weeks prior to birth, with the head moving closer to the birth canal. When this fails to happen, the baby's buttocks and/or feet will be positioned to be delivered first. This is referred to as “breech presentation. At about 30 weeks about 25% of babies are not in a “cephalic” (head down) position. It is normal for the baby to turn head down even by about 34 weeks. So don't worry! It is a concern if the baby is not head down at 36 weeks and beyond.
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