Please turn back around <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"> I know that is early to worry about it, but my sweet baby flipped around this week and is comfy with his bum down/head up. Yep, breech. Now, i am only 30 weeks, so I know that there is plenty more time. But, I was diagnosed with a low-lying placenta at my 18 week u/s, which is causing me concern. I just found an article that said that measuring ahead (which I have been, by 2-3 weeks) and breech presentation are two signs of possible placenta previa. Fabulous... I'll have my repeat u/s in about three weeks. I am trying to not be nervous about this, but frankly, it's hard not to. I was worried about the low-lying placenta, and now the baby being breech, yikes! My DD was never breech when I was examined, and this baby has also been head down. On a much smaller note, I am much less comfortable with him breech. It's just uncomfortable the way he is pushing out against my belly. So, I know that over 90% of low-lying placentas resolve themselves, and that over 95% of babies present head-down, so odds are in my favor, but I am still worried!