First, Happy Mother's Day to all you new moms and those still waiting!
I am primarily a lurker but had a question I am hoping some people can help me with. I have an anterior placenta and found out last week in an u/s that the baby is posterior, or "sunny side up." I have not yet talked to the doctor this week but only spoke with the u/s tech and researched some on the internet.
Seems like this could *potentially* be a longer and more painful labor if the baby does not flip and since I have an anterior placenta it makes it harder for the baby to flip. Can anybody share their experience with me?? I had a very bad/long recovery after my first so this is just making more even more anxious. Is there anybody that had an anterior placenta and posterior baby where the baby did flip prior? Thanks!