18 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is it dangerous having low lying placenta

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Answer: Hi.. Low lying placenta can anytime cause bleeding. So, precautions should be taken such as:Do only light work, Avoid to have Intercourse. Take complete rest most of the time. Have regular check up to see haemoglobin level. But don't worry as risk is very low in low lying placenta as placenta will move upwards as ur pregnancy grows.
Answer: As you are in early stage of pregnancy it is normal to have low lying placenta even I had it.. And by the growth of baby it moves up
Answer: No.. you can change its position by having proper bed rest completely
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