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Internal os echogenic specks

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My wife is 32 week pregnant. Scan rep says anterior end of the placenta 5 cm above the internal os and grade 3 maturity? ...

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I am 11 weeks pregnant the inferior end of placenta is covering internal OS Grade 1 anterior .What does it mean?Does it mean something serious?What precautions should be taken ? ...

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Hi, My age is 35 and during my 13 weeks 2 days ultra sound report it is mentioned that placenta is anterior with lower margin 15mm away from XXXXXXX OS, grade 0. Is this something alarming and what ...

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13 weeks 2 days pregnant, Ultrasound report says, anterior placenta , inferior limit extends down to and spans across the XXXXXXX OS. What exactly does this imply? Can it get better? ...

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my wife is 13 week pregnant with placenta edge extending upto the XXXXXXX OS in ultrasound pl tell the remedy ...

Public Forum Discussions

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Hi doctor,good morning.. I am 31 years old.now i am pregnant with 21 weeks.I have taken antenatal scan in 19 weeks.In the report it is there that Placenta is posterior touching the internal OS ...

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a single regular gestational sac, single embryo present, CRL measures .39 cm corresponds to 6 week 1 day , cardiac activity could not be demonstrated. internal os closed ,ovaries are normal ...

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.19cm. fetal node seen. Cardiac activity seen. Trophoblastic reaction is seen all around. internal os is opened by 3.5mm and cervical length of aprx 3.7 cm Kindly suggest if internal os is opened is there any ...

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i am 28 year old and this is my second pregnancy ,height is 5.2 i did my scanning at 13 weeks and report shows that left side placenta reaching internal os and os is closed does any complications i need ...

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My age is 32,weight is 64 kg and height 158 cm.Now 13 weeks of pregnancy.Placenta is in anterior wall.Lower end of placenta is completely covering the internal os.Iam a school tacher ...

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Placenta is Posterior extending upto the internal OS and the presentation is unstable lie. Is there any thing to worry? Now I am 13 weeks and 2 days pregnant. What are the precautions to be taken by me ...

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the report mentions the following which is of concern - Placenta is posterior 9MM above the internal OS. Low lying placenta. Internal OS is closed. Cervical length is 2.9 cms. The doctor says that the placenta ...

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for some time.....my placenta is low lying touching internal os....is it ok? ...

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Hi i am 7 wks pregnant, went for an USG(Pelvis) in report every thing is good but it says Internal Os is closed. Cervix is bulky is it fine , what does bulky cervix mean & is there something to worry ...

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Hello doc. Today I have completed 38 weeks 2 days.doc says my water level is very low and internal os is tightly closed.she is going to induce me tomm.if it works then good otherwise cesserian ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

It means that the placenta is occluding the opening or the exit of the uterus now.

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It leads to a condition called Placenta praevia. It is a high risk factor and in an indication for performing C-section

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not a bad position, Regular follow-up ultrasonography is a must , as is bed rest, watch for complications and be under guidance of your Gynecologist and follow-up regularly , should not be a problem then .