I'm not feeling any kicks on my front right side only on the left and bottom. I'm pretty sure that this is where my placenta is. The tech said that she would alert the dr. but on my following appt. he didn't say ANYTHING. I mentioned it and ended up talking to his back as he was creeping out of the door. He said, "well then, it's not going to move, so don't think that, and that just means a c-section and make sure you get a lot of iron because you are going to lose A LOT of blood, and the amnio is going to bleed, but don't worry I know what I'm doing." OMG, I started to tear up, I'm a real cry baby. But I've been reading about this and I have NONE of the risk factors. Which I know it can still happen, but it's so weird. If the placenta is on the front right of my abdomen, is a placenta really long enough to go all the way down, and completely cover the cervix?? For some reason I am believing that this was a shadow in the u/s. Anybody have some advice, thoughts, experiences?
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