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Question: I m 20 weeks pregnant..i have posterior placenta..Is there any problem with Posterior placenta

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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
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