23 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I have placenta posterior and low lying coming upto internal os. Is this serious issue?

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Answer: hi dear! so as long as its not covering the internal os then there is no problem dear. you might need one more scan later in the pregnancy so that the position of the placenta can be seen and accordingly the decision of the delivery can be made dear. dont worry dear. take care
Answer: Hi dear,if you have low lying placenta take bed rest ,don't lift heavy weights ,don't stand for long time,take bed rest it will move up take care
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