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Question: I am 25 weeks pregnant and having low lying placenta

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Answer: Hello...Dear The placenta develops in a woman’s uterus during pregnancy. This sac-like organ provides the developing baby with food and oxygen. It also removes waste products from the baby’s blood. During pregnancy, the placenta moves as the uterus stretches and grows. It is normal for the placenta to be low in the uterus in early pregnancy.. As the pregnancy continues and the uterus stretches, the placenta typically moves to the top of the uterus. By the Third trimester, the placenta should be near the top of the womb. Most women with this condition require bed rest.
Answer: Hi.. Dear The placenta develops in a woman's uterus during pregnancy. This sac-like organ provides the developing baby with food and oxygen. It also removes waste products from the baby’s blood, the placenta moves as the uterus stretches and grows. It is normal for the placenta to be low in the uterus in early pregnancy.. As the pregnancy continues and the uterus stretches, the placenta typically moves to the top of the uterus. By the Third trimester, the placenta should be near the top of the womb. Most women with this condition require bed rest.
Answer: Hi low lying placenta can move upwards as pregnancy continues. Depending on the cervical length doctor may advise bed rest, progestron injections/ tablets and even cervical stitches called cerclage. Low cervical lenght due to low lying placenta can lead to pre term labour. Avoid strenuous activity, long rough road journeys and if advised by doctor intercourse.
Answer: Hi dear, low lying placenta is very risky and you have to take proper rest. Don't do any work and completely avoid sex. Don't go upstairs and downstairs or an kind of journey could be risky for you. But with advancement of pregnancy sometimes Placenta moves upward that you have to check through USG. Take care of yourself. Take rest.
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