Anterior Placenta -pg112394495518

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Anagator - August 13

Hi Ladies, I'm 11.6 weeks and have two issues. I was diagnosed with subchorionic bleed at 6.3 weeks after minor spotting. Baby was fine, measured perfectly on target, and heartrate was great. They said its unlikely to lead to m/c but rest plenty. At 9.3 weeks, the baby still looked great, measured on target and had fantastic little heart rate. The bleed was still visible, so I'm still resting. At this u/s they indicated the placenta is growing anteriorly, as opposed to posteriorly. Apparently posteriorly is the norm. I know it means the placenta is developing in front, but is this a bad thing? Does this place me at higher risk? Please help? Share stories, the good the bad and the ugly, I'm very anxious, and appreciate everyone's input! Thanks. Anagator.

 

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