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Question: grade 1 placenta , in posterior upper uterine wall what does it mean s this good
Answer: Hello! It is good and nothing to worry about.
When the placenta develops at the back wall of the uterus, it is considered posterior placenta. This happens when the fertilised egg travels through the fallopian tube and attaches itself on the back or posterior side of the uterus. Having bothanterior and posterior placenta is normal and doesn’t affect the growth and development of the baby. However, mothers with posterior placenta might seem to have a little more advantage than those who have anterior placenta. This is because having the placenta on the back wall of the uterus means feeling the baby’s movements and kicks early and stronger. Moreover, posterior placenta is considered to be the best for the baby as it allows the baby to grow and descend to the right position and align in the birth canal for a vaginal birth. placenta position is if it grows towards the cervix or lower end of the uterus. This is called placenta previa. In such a scenario chances of placenta detachment from the unstable position of the cervix is possible which can cause premature labour or internal bleeding. Doctor will closely monitor and inform you about any changes in position.
Question: Posterior wall in upper and mid uterine segment (grade maturity
Answer: Hi dear, your placenta attaches to the posterior wall and it was upper segment of uterus. This is normal position of passenger but you didn't mention the grade of your placenta. So it's not possible for me to save in which maturity level it is.
Question: Placenta is anterior upper uterine segment with normal maturity (grade 1). What does it mean ??
Answer: It means that placenta is lying in the upper part of uterus attached in front and it is going under maturation. The grade of placenta varies throughout pregnancy and the changes are prominent in 2nd and 3rd trimester.Grade 1 – (minor) the placenta is mainly in the upper part of the womb, but some extends to the lower part.
Grade 2 – (marginal) the placenta reaches the cervix, but doesn't cover it.
Grade 3 – (major) the placenta partially covers the cervix.
Grade 4 – (major) the placenta completely covers the cervix (most serious type of placenta praevia