First off, I know that having an 'anterior placenta' isn't any big deal or anything, but that has been the placement for me EVERY single pregnancy! You'd think statistically that just one time in 6 placentas.....one would attach posteriorly. Definitely explains why I don't feel much movement--yet again!
And second, baby is footling breech. What the heck!? My first was tranverse with his head in left hip until the very end, but the other 4 babes were head down by the 20w US--even both the twins. I rationally know there is time to turn, but it was still a little upsetting to see! All I could think was, great, I avoided a CS with twins, and then I'll end up with one with a breech baby! :( Though this does explain why the few movements I do feel involve jabbing pain to my cervix. Something I've not experienced before, and was *this close* to calling the OB about....but ahh...FEET...that's why!
US was almost 23w and baby was measuring right on for everything. Since I am 'old' at 36, the perinatologist had to do it and so we got in-depth look at everything. All good. My older boys were thrilled! They'd never been to one and loved the detail. My 11 yo just couldn't get over the bones in the hands/feet, so there are LOTS of those on our pic disk LOL
Confirmed it is a baby boy as we already knew from earlier scan.
Oh and a pic!