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Pregnant, scan showed increased left uterine artery resistance,umbilical artery resistance-early placental insufficiency. Meaning?

hi sir, iam 27 years old .pregnant for 30 weeks i take scan yesterday placenta :anterior gr 1 , upper segment and impression:increased left uterine arter y resistance with mildly increased umbilical artery resistance-early placental insufficiency it mean what sir please say .....i take medicine for doctor request ecoasprin tablet
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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May 2013
your findings indicating some amount of placental insufficiency means problem in the function of placenta in collecting blood from the fetus and in supplying also, may be because of changes in the blood vessels which is usually seen in cases like gestational hypertension,
as it is in early stage with proper workup it can be managed, in case of hypertension take anti-hypertensives properly to keep blood pressure under control and continue the tablets as told by your doctor.
take care.
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