Answer: Hello! Ideally in low lying placenta, one should be on complete rest and minimize activities. So, I would never suggest you for any sort of traveling. You can also talk to the doctor for further guidance.
Answer: Hi dear, if you are having low lying placenta it is better to take bed rest .it will move up
Answer: You should be under complete bed rest
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Question: In the scan i was told , low lying placenta now can i travel for 7 hour by bus
Answer: Dear the placenta develops wherever the fertilised egg embeds in your uterus (womb). Sometimes the fertilised egg attaches itself inside the lower part of your uterus. This means that the placenta will develop in a low-lying position.
As you are in your 18 week of pregnancy so don't worry as your baby grows, your expanding uterus is likely to pull the placenta upwards and away from your cervix. But till then its not advisable to have a long bus journey because it can develop some complications. So please avoid any journey completely. Still if it's important then please consult with your gynaecologist and then decide..
Question: Can i travel by car when i have low lying placenta?
Answer: Hi dear
No. Please be on bed rest. It's important. Till your placenta is more than 2 cm away from internal OS. Low placentas can start bleeding anytime.hope this helps
Question: I have posterior low lying placenta at 21 weeks can i travel by train
Answer: Hi dear
Avoiding travels during pregnancy is safe....if its unavoidable do consult gyanocologist whether your condition and babies condition is ok for travel and do take precautions....do not travel without doctor's advice
Question: I m 13week pregnant& dr.said i have low lying placenta and prricorionic bleed ..can i travel or continue my job as i m professor
Answer: Low-lying placenta, or placenta praevia, is a complication of pregnancy where the placenta that feeds the
growing baby is attached to the lower part of the womb near to or covering the cervix.
A low lying placenta, by itself, may not require any treatment. If it is early in your pregnancy, before the
twentieth week, then there is a good chance that the placenta will shift into an upward position as your
uterus expands. If the placenta stays at a low lying position but is not near enough to the cervix to be
classified as placenta previa.
However there are treatments to prevent the two most common complications of a low lying placenta:
bleeding and preterm labor. To prevent these problems some women are placed on bed rest or limited
activity. Especially activities that result in bouncing or jarring of the lower abdomen need to be avoided.
Similarly some women need to refrain from sexual intercourse, or the use of rectal suppositories or
vaginal douches/suppositories. The degree of restriction depends on whether or not the woman is
experiencing any vaginal bleeding or pre-term labor.