My doctor had me get a 2nd ultrasound at 26 weeks (first was at 19), and the reason is that my baby is at the top of my uterus and the placenta is at the bottom. He didn't specify if it was blocking the cervix completely or not, he just said it was down there. Anyway, I'm wondering if this can cause any complcations later in pregnancy, and what I should look for. I asked him, but he said that as long as I don't leak any blood then all is fine.
But it doesn't sound fine. I'm not stressing or anything, work is handling that for me ( I prepare taxes).
Anyone ever dealt with this before?
Could it correct itself?
The baby is also breech, but I know this early that will change (probably more than once).
Any help would be nice.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:12 PM on Jan. 21, 2010 in Pregnancy
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