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Question: placenta is fundal posterior grade 1 in maturity with lower edge distance from cx int os is 30mm iska meaning kya hai ?? nd koi risk to nai hoga isse

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Question: placenta is fundal posterior grade 1 in maturity with lower edge distance from cx int os is 30mm iska meaning kya hai ?? nd koi risk to nai hoga isse
Answer: Hello! Fundal posterior means that the placenta is located towards the back of your uterus. Aur placenta aur cervix ka distance bhi thik hain. On the whole apka report normal hain, ghabraye mat.
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Question: placenta is fundal posterior grade 1 in maturity with lower edge distance from cx int os is 30mm iska meaning kya hai ?? nd koi risk to nai hoga isse
Answer: Means placenta is on back side of uterus n away from os... its normal
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Answer: The placenta is the organ which transfers oxygen and nutrients from the mother’s blood into the baby’s blood. It is connected to the mother’s uterus over a wide surface area. The baby is connected to the placenta via the umbilical cord. The placenta can be situated anywhere on the surface of the uterus. The front wall is called anterior. The back wall is called posterior. The side walls are called left lateral or right lateral. The top wall is called fundal.
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