25 weeks pregnant mother

Question: At 21 week scan, placental location is antetior and placental grading is Grade 2. What does it mean? Is ot normal??

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Answer: Hi dear at 21 weeks scan means your tiffa scan if it shows the Placenta location is anterior adjust means that your present is attached in front of the uterus it is a very normal and common condition there is nothing to be worried about you can just face the issue of not feeling baby movements early in your pregnancy it might happen at a later stage because it is said that the baby movements are Cakes and quotient by the anterior Placenta hence you get to fill them late otherwise there is no other problem and the gradation of placenta is something which lets you know that how far your present have come or how much your present I have already booked but at 21 weeks Grade 2 Placenta is a little fast than wht it should be.. Hope this helps!
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