19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: placenta posterior and in upper segment . maturity grade 1 . what is mean, its normal.?..plz reply

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Answer: Yes dear its normal...The placenta is an organ that connects the mother’s uterine wall with the developing baby. It transports nutrients into the developing fetus. Usually, the fertilized egg implants itself in the posterior uterus i.e., back of the uterine wall. Placenta grading refers to an ultrasound grading of the placenta based on its maturity n calcification. It reflects the age of placenta that goes from grade zero to three as your pregnancy progresses. Grade 1 happens in the mid-second trimester to early third trimester i.e., 18 to 29 weeks.
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