Anterior Placenta

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  1. KirstyLeigh88

    KirstyLeigh88 Well-Known Member

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    Hello all,

    I have a high up anterior Placenta, but the blooming thing is making me think I have reduced movements! I have been to MAU today, was on the CTG and been checked over by a consultant as it was my second appearance there over the past two weeks!

    I am having regular growth scans as well, and know that they are really happy with the way bean is growing.

    I guess I need reassurance I ain't going mad with this placenta and that other people are as panicked as me? It's my first pregnancy and bean definitely hasn't got a routine of movement yet, unless it's whilst I am asleep which doesn't help! Although evenings are his time to practice kick boxing!
     
  2. fcroxy

    fcroxy Well-Known Member

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    I had an anterior placenta with my daughter and was in and out with reduced movements. From about 36-37 weeks I was in every other day on the CTG until they induced me at 39+4. I never did get a proper routine as the placenta blocked out so much movements. You could never see my tummy moving and OH only felt my daughter a couple of times. It is a constant worry when you do have reduced movements, especially with an anterior placenta. X
     
  3. Blueclass

    Blueclass Well-Known Member

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    Mines at the back but I still can't feel her when she is facing that way. I too have been in with reduced movements and now I'm being induced. I also found out today I have two placentas not sure if that has anything to do with it.
     

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