Question: grade 3 placenta in 36weeks means will it stop from having normal delivery? ?

2 Answers
Question
Answer: is it so ??!!!
Answer: yes
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: placenta grade 3 means
Answer: Placental calcification is the medical term for some of the changes that happen to the placenta, as pregnancy progresses.  Many researchers regard placental calcificationas a normal ageing process, rather than a pathological change.  The placenta is usually described as going through four grades, from 0 (most immature) to III (most mature).  All placentas start at grade zero in early pregnancy. Changes can be seen from 12 weeks onwards. As pregnancy progresses, the placenta matures and calcifies.  It is classified into the following grades at different stages in pregnancy, at approximately the following times: 1.Grade I. Around 31 to 32 weeks of pregnancy. 2.Grade II. Around 36 to 37 weeks of pregnancy. 3.Grade III. Around 38 weeks of pregnancy. It is usually not seen before 37 weeks. A grade III placenta is known as a severely calcified placenta. At this stage, a formation of indentations or ring-like structures can be seen within the placenta. Changes from 37 to 42 weeks A grade III calcified placenta from 37 weeks onwards is found in 20 to 40 per cent of normal pregnancies. However, it is thought to of little clinical significance.  The effects of calcified placenta probably needs to be evaluated on a case-to-case basis, depending on: 1.how early the changes are seen. 2.how severe they are 3.whether it is a high-risk pregnancy or not 4.your doctor's opinion Don't worry dear its normal to have grade 3 at 38weeks its just that your placenta is become matured/calcified/aged. Although its not good to have a matured placenta as it blocks the supply to the baby due to calcification but at 38 weeks its normal but do take your obstetrician's opinion as all pregnancies are different..... also check your baby's weight because if the baby is healthy and fine there's no need to worry at all.
»Read All Answers
Question: placenta grade 3 means
Answer: Grade 3 placenta means a mature placenta with significant calcium deposits. There are levels within this also, so there is no need to panic if baby is doing fine.Don't be worried. Most placentas reach grade 3 by 39 weeks. It's not by itself a huge problem but it calls for extra monitoring - doctor will probably ask you for regular NST and keeping track of baby movements. The doctor may also want to induce you fr labor pain depending on overall assessment by doctor of fetal nutrition continuity.
»Read All Answers
Question: Hi today in 36th week scan it shows fundal anterior placenta and grade 3 maturity.what it means?will it affect normal delivery?
Answer: An anterior placenta should not cause any problems for you or your baby. ...Anterior placenta, where the placentais positioned on the front wall of your uterus (womb). Posterior placenta, where the placenta lies on the back wall of your uterus. Fundal position, in which the placenta lies on the top wall of your uterus.
»Read All Answers