14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi all, "tip is 2cms away from the internal os" that is the meaning of this.is there any problem are normal it is.can you someone answer please.

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Answer: Dear, It is a low lying placenta. You will need bed rest as well as inquire about cerclage suturing that is done to prevent opening of the uterus before time. Low lying placenta is associated with preterm birth.
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    Mahender Koduri865 days ago

    Thanks dr.priyanka garu.

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