18 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I have low lying placenta 2cm from internal os and i am 17 weeks pregnant. Are there any chances that my placenta will get to normal position or it will remain same? What precautions should i take so that it doesn't harm my baby

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Answer: Same my placenta is 1.5cm from the os ,and cervix length is 5 .3cm ,low lying placenta ,what u r doctor advice because my doctor didn't say anything about my placenta
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