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Question: When anterior low lying problem is normao

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Answer: Anterior means it's on the front of your uterus. Most placentas implant along the back. There's nothing wrong with it, it's just like being left-handed. Normal but less common. However, it means you will probably feel the baby move later, because it's like an extra pillow to cushion movements.  Low-lying means it is also down lower than normal in your uterus. Technically the definition is that it's within 2 centimeters of your cervix, but not touching your cervix. It's VERY common before 20 weeks.  The good news is that anterior placentas "move" more. Placentas don't really climb higher, but your uterus stretches as it grows, and your placenta will stretch up and away from your cervix.  1% of the time they don't move by delivery, and then you would need a C-section. But 99% chance it will move out of the way
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