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Question: Having a low lying placenta anterior.. Wat should I do... For normal placenta

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Answer: Anterior placenta Hi dear, Anterior placenta growing downwards could be an issue as it could block the birth canal candidate cause you severe bleeding during labor or anytime of pregnancy.you would need c- section. anterior placenta provide extra cushioning to your baby.its like a wall between your tummy and your baby thereby you the impact of baby movements are less.nothing to worry it provides the same amount of nutrition like any other placenta.and if it moving anywhere other than blocking the birth canal,it is safe and you can undergo normal delivery.
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    Reeta Jha635 days ago

    Tho Hum normal Karne ke liye kuch kar nahi sakthe hai

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    Reeta Jha635 days ago

    Abhi tho 4th month hai... 9th Tak tho normal Karna hai

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