Question: Hi.. i am in 23rd week of pregnancy..i am vry active in my household work..but my placenta is anterior with grade 0 maturity,reaching up to the internal os,should i be on bed rest?? Plz let me know precautions nd is dere anythng to be concern abt??
Question:"placenta is anterior grade 0 maturity low lying reaching internal os" what does that mean at 13 months pregnancy?
Answer: Hi.... placenta is anterior means , the placenta is lying in front of the uterus that is immediately beneath your stomach instead of lying at the back ... this is nothing to worry ...
grade 0 is the age of the placenta ... usually till the middle of the second trimester the age of the placenta will be zero ... and slowly it will go to grade 1 in the beginning of third trimester ... and reach to grade 3 when your delivery is about to happen...
Hope you are clear
Question:I am in my 24th week my upper abdomen is paing alot.. nd my placenta is anterior with 0 maturity reaching up to d internal os... plz suggest me wht to do ??? I am upper abdominal pain
Answer: Placenta is attached to the uterus and uterus has two walls the anterior wall that is front wall in the posterior wall that is back wall
In your case the placenta is attached to the front wall of the uterus which is considered normal.
grading indicates maturity of placenta grade 0 at this week is absolutely normal
but since it is reaching upto the internal OS so you have to take precautions so it can move upwards.
you need to take bed rest avoid sexual intercourse avoid any physical exertion and continue taking progesterone repeat the scan to see the change in the position of the placenta
If at the time of delivery the Placenta's position remains the same then you might have to go for C section. Take care
placenta is anterior lower pole of placenta is reaching up to the internal os and of grade zero maturity iska matlb kya hai koi batao plz
Answer: hello.. dear this is the normal position of the placenta, everything is normal..dont worry..
After the egg fertilises, it travels down your fallopian tube, and gets embedded in your uterus (womb). At exactly this place where the fertilised egg implants in your uterus, your placenta gets formed. Thus, the position where placenta implants and develops may vary from person to person.
Anterior placenta, where the placenta is positioned on the front wall of your uterus (womb).