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Originally Posted by pamamidwife
I think anterior placentas may lead to OP babies in first-time moms, though it's not a given. Surely if your placenta was on the right, it may help baby stay LOA (the "preferred" position to avoid posterior labors).
With regards to VBACs, often an anterior placenta is higher than the scar. I like to do an u/s to rule out a placenta covering the scar, but you can use a doppler or fetoscope to do this, too.
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