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An anterior placenta isn’t typically cause for concern. But there is a possibility that the anterior placenta could grow down instead of up. This means that your placenta grows toward your cervix. However, having an anterior (or even a low-lying) placenta on an early ultrasound doesn’t mean that is where the placenta will stay. It is very common for the position of the placenta to change as the uterus stretches and grows.
An anterior placenta can migrate toward the top, sides, or back of the uterus as the weeks go on. The term “anterior placenta” refers to the location of the placenta within your uterus. Most of the time, a fertilized egg will situate itself in the posterior side of the uterus — the part closest to your spine, which is where the placenta eventually develops, too.
Sometimes, though, the egg implants on the front wall of the opposite side of the uterus, closest to your. Here are some of the things that can be more difficult with an anterior placenta: 1. Fetal heart rate: It takes longer to hear baby’s heartbeat If you’re concerned about risks associated with doppler 2. Fetal movement: It takes longer to feel kicks In general, women with anterior placentas feel. Anterior placenta is the medical term for a placenta that connects to the front of the uterus.
An anterior placenta will sit between the front of. An anterior placenta simply means your placenta is attached to the front wall of your uterus, between the baby and your tummy. It’s a completely normal place for it to implant and develop. It isn’t connected to having a low-lying placenta (called. Usually, the placenta is located behind the baby (posterior placenta); if the placenta is located in front of the baby, it’s called an anterior placenta.
Having an anterior placenta means that it is more likely that the baby will be in the ‘back-to-back’ (or occipito posterior) position. This is where your baby’s head is down but the back of their head and spine is against your spine, rather than against your belly (as it is in the picture at the top of this article). The idea that an anterior placenta means you’re having a girl may have come out of a different theory related to left-right placement.
In 2011, a paper attributed to Dr. Saad Ramzi Ismail claimed. Placentas usually affix themselves in the posterior of the uterus but an anterior placenta implies that the baby is taking a backseat to the placenta, which means that the placenta is on the front wall of the uterus.
List of related literature:
|from Chestnut’s Obstetric Anesthesia E-Book|
|from The Positive Birth Book: A new approach to pregnancy, birth and the early weeks|
|from Textbook of Diagnostic Sonography E-Book: 2-Volume Set|
|from Fetal and Neonatal Brain Injury: Mechanisms, Management and the Risks of Practice|
|from weeks 10 to 14, a fused dichorionic placenta may often be distinguished from a true monochorionic placenta by the presence of an internal dividing membrane or ridge at the placental surface (lambda sign).|
|from Manual of Neonatal Care|
|from Sheehy’s Emergency Nursing E-Book: Principles and Practice|
|from Concise Medical Dictionary|
|from Nancy Caroline’s Emergency Care in the Streets|
|from The Next Step: Advanced Medical Coding and Auditing, 2017/2018 Edition E-Book|
|from Pathology of the Human Placenta, 5th Edition|