34 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi.. Doctor.. My Doctor informed me that placenta is low lying.. And said that take full rest and do not bend,do not have journeys But if I take rest. Can I expect my baby through normal delivery,?

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Answer: Hi, At this moment having a healthy child at full term should be the major concern,low lying placenta can lead to bleeding and even pre term delivery.So it is best to follow your doctors advice. Take care All the best
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