Similar Questions with Answers
Question: placenta is situated anteriorly in upper & lower segment. kya normal delevery ke chances hai
Answer: hello.. dear Having an anterior placenta shouldn't cause you or your baby any problems. The placenta develops wherever the fertilised egg embeds in your womb (uterus). An anterior placenta is positioned on the front wall of your womb, on your belly side. Just over half of mums-to-be have an anterior placenta.For the most part, having an anterior placenta will have no affect on your natural birth.
so dont worry.. aap healthy ho tho koi problem there are full chnaces of normal delivery..
Question: Today, I got my NB/NT scan. In that placenta is in lower uterine segment approaching to the OS.
Answer: Hello dear, you need completely bed rest. You must avoid intercourse and report any case of bleeding to your doctor. Avoid jerky ride, heavy lifting and heavy work. And keep in touch with your doctor.
Question: What if placenta is posterior in lower uterine segment and reaching up to os
Answer: you should not worry because low lying placenta at this week will change and there are high chances of placenta to move upwards with the growth of uterus. You need to take some precautions
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