24 weeks pregnant mother

Question: in my anomaly scan growth is normal but placenta is thick and there is marginal cord insertion on placenta distance less than 1.1cm it will harm baby plzz baby plzz answer

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Answer: hi dear ! complications due to Velamentous Insertion of Umbilical Cord may include: Preterm birth. A Velamentous Cord Insertion may cause a decrease in blood flow to the developing fetus. This can result in intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR) and other congenital abnormalities in the developing fetus. you will have to go for your check ups and scans regularly to make sure the baby is ok.
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