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Posterior grade ii placenta high lying

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ultrasound says placenta lies posterior, Grade one...what does that mean any worries? ...

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i am 5th month pregnant in the last month scan(16 weeks 5 days) having posterior low lying placenta grade-1. i want to travel by flight 20 hours journey this month end is it safe or not. i am 23 years old ...

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Whether can travel through flight having lower edge of placenta and internal os distance 2.6cm , posterior placenta, maturity grade1 ...

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My placenta is situated posteriorly and is low lying. The echo texture is homogenous. Estimated ... Problem due to my low lying placenta ? ...

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my wife is 26 years old 81 kg wieght.12 weeks pregnent.first pregnancy .our sonography report says that her-placenta is posterior,low lying and reaches XXXXXXX Os.what does it mean.what are its effect ...

Public Forum Discussions

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Hi doc im 26 weeks and 6 days pregnant and my placenta is posterior grade II high lying what is this means?!Thanks doc And my diagnosis is pregnancy uterine 26 weeks and 6 days aog by fetal biometry, live ...

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presentation adequate amniotic fluid volume Posterior placenta grade1 high lying.what its mean?28 yr old,4 11 ...

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Hi i have my scan done today.I am 22 wk 4 days from last LMP. Report shows i have placenta posterior ,grade I maturity,not low lying with Cervical length as 46 mm.Is it normal?Also the estimate Fatal ...

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My wife is pregnant by 32.3 weeks, and the actual gestational age by scan is 31.3 weeks. She is diagnosed to have placenta posterior, grade I-II, reaching up to internal os. What is the chances ...

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Hi.... I am 21 weeks pregnant.I have no problem. But my doctor has prescribed me proluton depot injection.My ultra scan report is Placenta is posterior in location and now low lying, maturation grade 1 ...

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Hi i want 2 know about my sister-in-law.she is 15 wk pregnant. Report shows that her placenta is on posterior wall low lying of grade1 maturity meet no evidence of placental separation and satisfactory ...

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I am mrs liju.25 years.y day I did animaly scan.in that placenta posterior, upper segment grade 1 maturity -is that normal ? I want to know can i lie in supine position. Whether it will give any pressure ...

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Hi, My wife is 27, 5 5 , 78kg. She had the 27 weeks 5 days grwoth scan today and the report that her Placenta is posterior in location, grade I in maturity, low lying reaching up to os. what does ...

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ultrasound when I 14 weeks pregnant I was told to have placenta previa but on my congenital scan while I was at my 25th week, it showed I now have High-lying Posterior Grade 1 placenta. May I know what it means ...

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Hi doctor..im 32 weeks and 4 days pregnant.These is my second trimester of pregnancy.My ultrasound result says im in cephalic presentation my placenta is posterior high lying grade 2-3 and my amniotic ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

It means, the placenta is situated in posterior wall of uterus and is almost near the lower end of uterus. As the grade increases, the placenta moves down. Once fixed it wont move. Good prognosis.

doctor1 MD

Hi.Grades I and II (minor) may be able to deliver vaginally;Grades III and IV (major) will require Caesarean section by the most experienced obstetrician.However the management depends on the ultrasound report at 39 weeks because the placenta might move up(it might be grade 1) with time.Nothing to worry.This is assessed to plan -baby has to be delivered normally or by surgery(cesarean section)

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Placenta is posterior means plaxmcenta implanted posteriorly in uterus. Towards lower border, surface. Please hit thanks if you like my answer.