20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Today I done my ultrasound in that placenta is attached to fundal posterior wall, no placenta previa, placenta shows grade 1 maturity is given what is the meaning of this plz tel me. Am 19th week pregnant.

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Answer: Hi dear your ultrasound report is absolutely fine there is no problem your present is attached to the posterior wall it means that your present is attached at the back of the uterus which is a very common and normal thing in pregnancy grade 1 maturity in this week of pregnancy is absolutely fine reading is nothing but it shows that how much your place in thigh has worked in your pregnancy so far so if it is grade one in 20 week it is absolutely fine and there is nothing to be worried about.. Hope this helps!
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