What is Placenta?
Iam 23 now, iam pregnent. It is 6th month now. Iam seeing a gynecologist regualry for my check ups. During the last visit my doctos asked me to take a scan. In that it showed the the placenta is low, Grade 2. What is meant by placenta low lying. Is i
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Placenta posterior ,grade I maturity
Hi i have my scan done today.I am 22 wk 4 days from last LMP. Report shows i have placenta posterior ,grade I maturity,not low lying with Cervical length as 46 mm.Is it normal?Also the estimate Fatal weight shows 452 gm +/-66 gm.Is it Normal growth f
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Placenta posterior upper segment grade 2, Is it normal ?
I m 31 years old and 8 month pregnant . My Blood pressure is normal, gaining weight properly & growth of bay is fine. two months back My ultra sound report shows placenta posterior upper segment. Grade 2. Doctors told me there danger to me & my baby.
Interior Low lying placenta grade 1 in 17 weeks of pregnancy observation single viable fetus breech presentation closed cervix no gross fetal anomalies
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Generally, there may not be a problem, till around the time of delivery... depending on how low it is
Follow up with your Obstetrician...
You may need a Cesarean section...
Wishing speedy recovery
Hi my placenta fundus posterior , grade is 2 , it is normal ? For delivery , ?
What is important is that placenta should be fundal ( in upper segment of uterus ). ANterior and posterior both are normal.
Hence, your placental position is normal, so if there are no other complicating factors, there is no contraindication for normal delivery.
All the best.
hey what is placenta previa means
Placenta ia dome shaped structure which is attached to inner surface of uterus and the umbilical cord from fetus is attached to centre of the placenta . Normally placenta is attached to the upper part of uterus and hinders the path of baby delivery , but in placenta praevia , it is attached near uterus opening to cervix at lower end and obstructs the path of delivery of baby
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