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Question: Fetus with cephalic presentation placenta is fundo posterior upper & mid segment with grade 2 maturity it is normal or not ...normal delivary possible or not I am 35 week pregnant..plz reply

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Question: Fetus with cephalic presentation placenta is fundo posterior upper & mid segment with grade 2 maturity it is normal or not ...normal delivary possible or not I am 35 week pregnant..plz reply
Answer: I think ur baby is at gud position now..he z ready to cm out...coz I hd breech presentation which occurs operation at dt tym...it cn be a nrml delivery..rest...doc'll scan u aftr 9th month n tell u d right position of d fetus...gud luck dear...tk cr😘
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Question: Placenta - fundo posterior upper segment maturity grade 2 what does it means? Plz tell me
Answer: The position of palcenta is normal and age of palcenta is also normal. Nothing to worry .
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Question: placenta is fundo posterior in upper segment grade 2 maturity means?
Answer: After the egg fertilises, it travels down your fallopian tube, and gets embedded in your uterus (womb). At exactly this place where the fertilised egg implants in your uterus, your placenta gets formed. Thus, the position where placenta implants and develops may vary from person to person. Fundal position, in which the placenta lies on the top wall of your uterus. Grade 2 – (marginal) the placenta reaches the cervix, but doesn't cover it.
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Question: placenta is fundo posterior in upper segment grade 2 maturity means?
Answer: After the egg fertilises, it travels down your fallopian tube, and gets embedded in your uterus (womb). At exactly this place where the fertilised egg implants in your uterus, your placenta gets formed. Thus, the position where placenta implants and develops may vary from person to person. Fundal position, in which the placenta lies on the top wall of your uterus. Grade 2 – (marginal) the placenta reaches the cervix, but doesn't cover it.
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