29 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi I had my growth scan yesterday.. My placenta is low lying completely covering cervix.. Should I be on bed rest or I can be normal.. Kindly advise

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Answer: Hi, you need to be on complete bed rest. This is a complication in pregnancy and can result in bleeding or preterm labor. There is no medicine and only way out is to take complete bed rest. Chances are there that it might move up as you advance towards your pregnancy.
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