21 weeks pregnant mother

Question: 20 weeks pregnant.My anamoly scan report shows low lying posterior placenta grade 1at 3.9 cm on the os . Is it very dangerous?please help me

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Answer: dear low lying placenta could be dangerous for u . but not so much.. dont take tension.. just give extra take care of urself.. dont bend too much.. dont lift heavy materials. .. dont use indian toilets.. dont do intercouse at all nd dont do travelling for so long..
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