Ideally, your baby is head down and facing your spine when you go into labor. The location of your placenta during pregnancy may have some influence on the position your baby is in at birth. An anterior placenta means that your placenta is on the front side of your uterus by your belly. This is less common than an anterior placenta which is located on the back of the uterus. This episode answers some questions about whether an anterior placenta makes a breech or sunny side up baby more likely, and whether it increases the chances of having back labor. Plus, gets tips on how to manage and alleviate some fears about birth during your pregnancy.

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