19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 14 weeks. My placenta is anterial low lying touching os. Is there any problem?

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Answer: Yes....you should take complete bed rest, don't bend down suddenly,don't lift heavy weight,don't walk fastly and avoid stairs,don't travel in bus ,auto,bike..you can travel up to 10-100meters.....without these you can do normal works....have more water and good nutrition.....once you reach 28-32 week it's automatically go up....nothing to worry.....be careful...
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