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Mom to James ( 5/2006), Claire ( 6/2008), furry kitties Calvin and Bob, and wife to Dennis.
I now remember them telling me that a lot of times it just goes back to normal and never causes any problems.
You know, at 12 weeks your uterus is still not that big. What looks like an anterior placenta right now could end up being fundal by the time the uterus is bigger.
Anterior placenta is a variation of normal. It *can* increase your chance of having a posterior baby, but that's not a guarantee. I had an anterior placenta last pregnancy. (cough. baby was posterior. cough.)
Oh and as far as placenta 'Moving', it doesn't really move, but use this balloon analogy: Blow up a balloon a little bit. Draw a circle on the front of the balloon in the middle. Then continue to blow up the balloon until it is fully inflated and see how the circle travels "up" the balloon. Same thing happens with your placenta.
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