23 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi i am six months pregnant. I have low lying placenta. I am so scary about this. And doctor suggest me to be very careful. Is it get going normal?

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Answer: Yes please don't worry placenta may move upwards with the growth of uterus but you need to take extra care Take bed rest with leg end raised Avoid sexual intercourse for any physical exertion Avoid excessive bending or lifting heavy objects continue your progesterone tablets If you notice vaginal bleeding you should consult your doctor immediately. Repeat the scan to see the status of placenta
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    Sindhu Suresh717 days ago

    Thank u so much mam

Answer: Till 34 weeks a low lying placenta can move up as the uterus grows so don't stress yourself sometimes even till 36 weeks you have time. You can very well have a normal delivery if your placenta moves up. But please be careful and don't strain yourself with lot of work take adequate rest. If you have severe pain or bleeding contact your doctor soon
Answer: You have to be on bed rest almost all the time. Placenta may go upper in next week's but till next scan please be on bed rest. Any work, sex, exercises, weight lifting, stairs climbing, walking is forbidden for you.
Answer: Hie No dear don't be scared or stress about it it won't help Besides situation isn't that stressful You just need to be extra careful Your placenta would probably move upwards by 32 weeks Avoid sex and rest well
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