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Question: What is low lying placenta. What is effect of it for normal delivery?

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Answer: Its the condition where the placenta covers the opening in the mothers cervix. There will be chances of bleeding before or during labor. Proper bed rest is necessary. And yes normal delivery is possible if you go through healthy pregnancy without any complications.
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