22 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello doctor iam 22weeks pregnant,in scan report it was observed that posterior low lying placenta with cervix length of 3.1cm.is it k.my baby right pelvic length is 6.8mm is it k iam bit concerned please let me know

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Answer: For low lying placenta you need to take complete bed rest without any body exertion. It will make the placenta fall into correct position
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