13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is low lying placenta problem??

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Answer: you should not worry because low lying placenta at this week will change and there are high chances of placenta to move upwards with the growth of uterus. You need to take some precautions Take bed rest with leg end raised Avoid sexual intercourse for any physical exertion Avoid excessive bending or lifting heavy objects continue your progesterone tablets If you notice vaginal bleeding you should consult your doctor immediately. Repeat the scan to see the status of placenta
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