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Question: Plateria placenta its any injuries

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Answer: Hi dear, I am assuming it to be posterior placenta. Posterior placenta is when the placenta is positioned at the behind wall of uterus.This is considered the best location for the baby to be in as it allows the baby to move into the anterior position just before it is born.as it doesn't block the birth canal and also it doesn't provide extra cushion to baby so you could feel the baby movements.
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    Karthi Bala63 days ago

    Thank you mam

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