26 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Placenta is anteriorly situated away from os.. is it normal or anythng to worry? Wat does it mean??

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Answer: hi dear ! so dear an anterior placenta is positioned on the front wall of your womb, on your belly side . and it is situated away from the os which is a good this as it should not be near the os or touching the os which will be considered a low lying placenta which will then be an obstruction during birth. so yours is in a better position dont worry.! take care dear! i hope this information was helpful!
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