37 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hai good afternoon mam now iam an 37 weeks pregnancy, my 7 month scan report says posterior lowervmargin is approximately 34mm from the intrenal Os and the second one is "single loop of crd structure seen around the fetal neck , next on my 9month scan report says "posterior lower margin is well above the internal Os and the second one is " two loops of card structure seen around the fetal neck ,mam my question what will happen when loop of card around the fetal neck and on delivery these problem will reflect me so give me suggestions to get normal labour pain .thank you

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Answer: Hi! As far as your report is concerned the Placenta is posterior relocated which is fine there is nothing to be worried about but if there r two loops of cord around the fetal neck then it can be a cause of concern and your doctor would ask you to go for a C section most probably because doctors would not take any chance with the baby with single loop they still take a chance but which two or more loops the chances are less for normal delivery.. Hope this helps!
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