At my 20 week ultrasound, they noticed my placenta had implanted near my cervix opening, a little bit of it, anyway... Now, I came away from it feeling totally positive, like it would grow/move out of the way, causing no difficulties, and that I would be birthing vaginally, no question about it.
I'm seeing a team of midwives, and the last one I met, my last appt, made a big point of saying some placentas move, some don't, c-section at 38 weeks is a distinct possibility, and wasn't in the least encouraging. We are scheduling another u-sound for 30ish weeks to see where it's all at now, and I asked as a precaution if we could redo it later on if there was still some in a dangerous position, which she agreed would be a good idea.
So. I don't want a section, at all, obviously. I want my placenta to do the right thing. Anyone else have any scenario like this where it moved out of the way/ didn't move out of the way? I was under the impression that the vast majority of them do move with the growth of the uterus, especially when they're not entirely implanted so they're covering the cervix.
I'm way more uptight about something I can't control now, then I was right after I found out at 20 weeks.