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Placenta low lying, reaching OS. How to improve conditions?

Hello doc, I am 12 weeks and 5 day pregnant as per LMP and I underwent USG today which says mean gestational age as 13 weeks 1 day. It refers to placenta is anterior low lying, reaching os, grade1. Please let me know what precautions to be taken and how to improve the condition. Is it something to worry. I also had subchrorionic collection which is absorbing and is now 9.4 and 6.9 mm
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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hi there, your discription is suggestive of a condition called placenta previa, and though at this stage it is not trouble some in your 2nd and third trimester as the lower uterine segment gets stretched it may lead to preterm bleeding which may be quite serious. You should consult your gynecologist and be under her constant guidance as to the protocol for its treatment and no there is nothing you can do about it. Let your obstretitian guide you to the management of this condition. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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