20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Anterior low lying pkacenta grade 1 with cervical length 3.1 safe or not please help me

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Answer: Hi dear.. Low lying placenta is called as placenta praevia. Placenta praevia occurs in four grades, ranging from minor to major: Grade 1 – (minor) the placenta is mainly in the upper part of the womb, but some extends to the lower part. Since u r in grade 1, there is no need to worry.i t is not much riskier. Grade3 and grade 4 have more risk.
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    manasa beenaveni989 days ago

    Thank you mam

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