2 foetus in Breech presentation

A 33 y/o/f G5, P2, at 38 weeks, has 2 foetus breech presentation and history of 2 caesarean deliveries. A subsequent dilatation and curettage for incomplete abortion completed her obstetric history. Early pregnancy was uneventful. Ultrasound at 6 and 8 weeks showed a viable and apparently normally situated embryo. During the second and third trimester, fetal growth and Doppler waveforms were within normal limits and the placenta appeared to be anterior not praevia. Can you find any anomaly?

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There is Low Lying Placenta. Placenta praevia risk factors include a previous delivery, age older than 35 and a history of previous surgeries, such as a caesarean section (C-section) or uterine fibroid removal. Placenta previa, or low-lying placenta, occurs when the placenta covers part or all of the cervix during the LAST MONTHS of  pregnancy. This condition can cause severe bleeding before or during labor. The placenta develops in a woman's uterus during pregnancy.
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Absolutely ppacenta is low lying not exactly previa but equally problematic Lady has h/o csections best choice to go for c SECTION
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