Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Hi in my scan report shows placenta is anterior low lying, lower margin of placenta is 3 cms from internal os, grade 'I' maturity is it safe??
Answer: Anterior placenta would be fine, nothing to worry.
It wouldn't cause any harm. The placenta develops wherever the fertilised egg embeds in your womb. An anterior placenta is positioned on the front wall of your womb, on your belly side. Grade would be the position of the placenta and there's nothing to worry.
Question: In my scan report it shows placenta in posterior wall with grade 0 maturity. Low lying extending upto internal OS
Answer: Hi dear...it means ur placenta is low lying and Located at the back of the uterus ..and it can anytime cause bleeding ..so, precautions should be taken such as avoid having sex and take rest as much as possible
Question: My USG report says low lying placenta covering internal OS. Posterior position.is it dangerous or normal?
Answer: Hi...posterior placenta means at the back of the uterus...and it can anytime cause bleeding..so, precautions should be taken such as avoid having sex and take rest as much as possible