You are still pretty early to be too concerned about breech, babies move all over the place, if you were halfway through your 3rd trimester I would be a little concerned. An anterior placenta just means it attached to your uterus up in front it doesn't cause any issues as far delivery. The biggest thing that most women notice with an anterior placenta is that movement is hard to detect until much later. Don't worry it's a lot to take in but you will be a pro by the time baby arrives. If you are ever concerned about something just ask lots of questions at Dr appts, they expect it. Hang in there.
Hi both my kids were breech and i had a c section also everything was fine. Dont worry.
Baby still has plenty of time to move head down!!! I have an anterior placenta as well and the only affect is that I don't feel as much movement!
I had that with my last pregnancy I she changed position a day before
Lots of time to flip. My first was anterior placenta. I had a drug free vaginal birth. No issues.