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Question: Placenta is anterior.Is there any complications in delivery?
Answer: No, it is not. An anterior placenta should not cause any problems for you or your baby. It will also not automatically affect the kind of birth you have. After the egg fertilises, it travels down your fallopian tube, and gets embedded in your uterus (womb). At exactly this place where the fertilised egg implants in your uterus, your placenta gets formed. Thus, the position where placenta implants and develops may vary from person to person. Your anomaly scan (ultrasound level II), that is done between 18 and 20 weeks will show where your placenta is lying. The ultrasound doctor will mention your placenta’s position in your ultrasound reports. The position of the placenta will be one of the following: Anterior placenta, where the placenta is positioned on the front wall of your uterus (womb). That being said, having an anterior placenta may cushion your baby’s movements. This means that: you may start noticing your baby’s movementsa bit later in your pregnancy you may feel fewer movements in your second trimester compared to a woman whose placenta is in a different position Having an anterior placenta is known to cause a problem only if the placenta is lying low and you need to have a planned or emergency caesarean section. In this case, you may have a higher risk of bleeding at birth. Hope this helps.
Question: My bp was high..is there any chance for complications in delivery
Answer: Hi! High BP lead to many complication pls try to control it and do not think about it all the time.. You need to be stress free. Try meditating. Following what the doc says is important. Reduce salt in food, no junk, no fast food no sweets. Be stress free and completely at peace. Sometimes bp can be Anxiety related. I have had high bp because of being worried whether the baby was ok etc . Go by doc instructions as high bp needs to be controlled. Try walking atleast 20 mins everyday.. Good luck!
Question: Hello dr..in my 35 week scan baby is large for the date..n baby weight and AFI is also more..is there any complications for normal delivery?
Answer: You better ask doctor who cares about your pregnancy. I can't see any details. If baby will be more than 3700 gm and if baby has large head better go for c section it will be more safe