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Ultrasound done during pregnancy. What does report suggest? Precautions to be taken?

hi doctor .iam 13 weeks pregnant i get my ultrasound done which report say placenta is anterior and left lateral, show grade-0 maturity, low lying, lower end reaching internal os. cervical length is adequate.internal os is closed.nasal bones well seen measures approximately 1.13mm. Is there any thing to be worried about do i need to take some precaution. well m planning travel by car which gona be drived by husband and the journey is 5 hrs long would it be safe?
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Your ultrasound report is essentially normal. Low- lying placenta at this stage usually moves up as the pregnancy progresses and the uterus enlarges. Your baby growth is normal as nose is well formed by this stage. There are no special precautions necessary. If the journey is not going to be on a rough road to cause jerks, you may travel with some intermittent rest like lying down in the car. Please consult your gynecologist for further advice. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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