by ellemoon (47 Posts), Tue Apr 09, 2013 08:40 pm
I had my anatomy scan yesterday and it looks like we are having another healthy baby girl.
The doctor did say though that my placenta is anterior and is over my classical scar (vertical). The seperation looked nice and thick and they said that would keep an eye on it as I get closer to due date.
Does anyone have any experience with classical scars and anterior placenta, good or bad? Thanks!
Leslie (26) DH (28)
Chronic hypertensive since age 17
DD- born April 24, 2011 due to severe pre-e at 29w1d weighing 2lbs, 11oz
Diagnosed with homozygous MTHFR C677T
Pregnant with #2! Due 9/2/13 but will deliver at 36-37 weeks due to classical csection.
(Labetolol, HCTZ, Aspirin 81mg, Calcium, Mag, Zinc, D, Fish Oil, Fiber gummies, Folic Acid)