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What does this pelvic ultrasound test result indicate?

Hi! I m in 31 weeks pregnant and have gone an ultrasound with diagnosed of single, live, intrauterine pregnancy, cephalic 31 4/7 weeks sonar age with good fetal cardiac and motor activity, anterior high lying placenta grade 2 maturity index. Adequate amniotic fluid volume. fetal congenital screening appears grossly normal. My doctor didn t explain this to me, what does anterior high lying placenta grade 2 maturity index means?
Fri, 23 Feb 2018
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Hi there, I have understood your concern and I will suggest you the best possible treatment options.

First of all do not panic.

USG report is showing good fetal growth corresponding to the period of pregnancy.
Baby is normal in appearance.
Bag of water around the baby is having adequate amount of water in it.

Placenta is located at its normal location and is not low lying.
This rules out placenta previa- a condition that causes bleeding issues.
Grade 2 maturity is indicative of ongoing function of the placenta to provide nutrition to baby.

So please do not worry about the reports.

.Please opt for a healthy diet and regular exercise regimen.
Include more portions of fruits and vegetables and salads in daily diet.
Drink plenty of water in the day.
Avoid refined sugars and deep fried foods and bakery products in the diet.
Please take Iron, Calcium, protein and vitamin B 12 and Folic acid supplementation on regular basis.

Think positive.
Meditate regularly.
Practice deep breathing.
May God bless you with a bundle of Joy.

I hope this answer helps you.
Thanks.
Dr. Purushottam Neurgaonkar
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