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Question: placenta is anterior and upper segment grade 2 maturity what it means can you please explain
Answer: You placenta attaches to the upper part and front wall of uterus which is absolutely normal that's why it is anterior placenta. Grade 2 maturity at 33 weeks of pregnancy is also normal age of placenta and there is nothing to worry about. Grade 2 maturity at 33 weeks of pregnancy is also normal age of placenta and there is nothing to worry about
Question: What is placenta anterior low...can you explain in detail??
Answer: Placenta anterior low means that placenta is located on the front wall of uterus and extends towards the floor of the uterus... and is covering the cervical opening... In this condition you'll have to take plenty of rest and avoid any strenuous physical activity dear..
Question: What is anterior placenta?? Can you plz explain
Answer: Hello dear. Anterior placenta would be fine, nothing to worry.
It wouldn't cause any harm. The placenta develops wherever the fertilised egg embeds in your womb. An anterior placenta is positioned on the front wall of your womb, on your belly side.