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Question: Lower edge of placenta is covering the internal OS at present------cervix 3cm. @12w2days in NT scan. is it a problem??? Please suggest

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Answer: Hello Dear It wont be a problem for 3.0 cm length and as long as internal os is closed. In just preventive method doctor did not advise yu cervical stitches? I was advised cervical stitches in 17 month with length 2.9cm. yu can follow this precautions with or without stitches *Keep in mind not to strain ur self n see to it that there is no pressure on ur tummy *don't put pressure while peeing or passing motion. *Eat lot of fiber food to avoid constipation *use chair for taking bath. Don't bend while taking bath. Don't bath with very hot water. After ur shower lie down on bed for sometime before u do any other activity like dressing ur hair or ur self etc. *use a pillow under ur thigs for height. This is not very comfortable but I was told to do so.  *When u want to get up from bed take some support so that there is no much pressure on ur tummy. Also sit for a few seconds before u start walking out of ur bed. Take complete rest dear if doc advises for stitch go ahead with it. Don't worry everything will be fine. Based on the baby position in 37th week doc will remove the stitch for u to have normal delivery. Take complete bed rest without fail. Take care dear
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