Question: i have placenta previa at 18 weeks and my hb is 9.3 please guide me...
Answer: low lying placenta can move up during the course of pregnancy. You must avoid intercourse and report any case of bleeding to your doctor. In a rare case that placenta does not move up also, chances of anything bad happening to the baby or mother is very less. Just be careful about episodes of bleeding and please do not have sexual intercourse till you are advised that it is safe to do so.
The top iron rich foods include green leafy vegetables like spinach, beetroot, tofu, asparagus, chicken liver, whole egg, oysters, apple, pomegranate, apricot, watermelon, prunes, pumpkin seeds, dates, almonds, raisins, amla and jaggery”,
Eat foods rich in vitamin C such as oranges, lemon,strawberries, papaya, bell peppers, broccoli, grapefruit and tomatoes.
Some good food sources of folic acid are green leafy vegetables, sprouts, dried beans, wheat germ, peanuts, bananas, broccoli and chicken liver. “Beetroot is also highly recommended to increase the body’s red blood cell count as it is high in folic acid as well as iron,
An apple a day can help maintain a normal level of hemoglobin, since apples are rich in iron plus other health-friendly components that are required for a healthy hemoglobin count.
“Nettle is a herb that is a good source of B vitamins, iron, vitamin C and can play a key role in raising your hemoglobin level
Question: At 33 weeks. My baby position is transverse. Placenta is fundo posterior grade2. Cervix length 38 mm. Doctor pls advice if these readings are normal ?
Answer: hi dear !
so dear transverse position means that the baby is lying in horizontal position. which is fine as it will till move until the baby drops down in pelvis to prepare for the baby.and placenta is fundo posterior means that the placenta is situated above and in the posterior aspect which is the normal position so dont worry and grade 2 maturity tells how mature is your placenta which is also normal. so dont worry it should not be grade 3 at this week.
so the cervix will start becoming short inorder to prepare for the delivery too. so everything seems to be fine. but just keep a track on the baby's position dear!
take care dear !
i hope this information was helpful to you !
Question: I am 33 weeks pregnant and my baby is in breech position ...Is normal delivery possible in this case...?
Answer: Hello dear, At about 30 weeks about 25% of babies are not in a “cephalic” (head down) position. It is normal for the baby to turn head down even by about 34 weeks. So don't worry! It is a concern if the baby is not head down at 36 weeks and beyond.
Hope it helped ,Take care urself....