20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi now i m 19 week pregnant..doctor has told me that my pleasenta is low ..n cervical length is 3. What should i do? How i should take care? Is it normal? What should be normal cervical length ?

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Answer: hi dear! so you have a low lying placenta then you should avoid having intercourse and any high strain work. and normally there are chances of the placenta to move up as the pregnancy continues you will have to keep a watch on it through the scans . and the cervical length should not be less than 3 at this time as then you might need a cervical stitch dear. so you will have to keep a watch on it also dear. and you are borderline dear. just keep a watch and do visit your doctor . as in pregnancy the cervical length decreases later in the pregnancy so its better to get the stitch dear and its removed later on in the pregnancy by around 37 weeks. take care.
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    Priya Bhat604 days ago

    My doctor jus told to not to lift heavy weight and not to fo intercourse.. and she is telling during 8months it will go up...she didnt tel anything about stitches ..and i want to know if she puts stitchs then can i walk or should take bed rest?

Answer: Drink heavy water .. and take barley water once a day daily
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