19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi,placenta is noted on posterior wall with grade 1 maturity,what does this mean?

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Answer: Hi, posterior means you're placenta is sticking to the back side wall of your uterus and grade 1 maturity is nothing but it indicates your in your 18 to 20 week gestational stage. Even mine is noted same and nothing to worry abt position being anterior or posterior each week they grade it to identify how many weeks of pregnancy. All the best take care
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