Answer: 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, which is near to the spine. But, in some cases, the egg implants in the opposite side, that is the anterior wall of the uterus, which is close to the abdomen.
Grade 3 placenta means a mature placenta with significant calcium deposits. There are levels within this also, so there is no need to panic if baby is doing fine.Don't be worried. Most placentas reach grade 3 by 39 weeks. It's not by itself a huge problem but it calls for extra monitoring - doctor will probably ask you for regular NST and keeping track of baby movements. The doctor may also want to induce you earlier than 40 weeks
Answer: Yes it is good....both posterior and anterior locations of placenta are good for normal delivery and grade 3 maturity is the level of placenta matutity which is normal for 39 week..all the best...
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Question: What about the placenta os anterior upper segment with grade maturity 3
Is it okay
Possible for Normal delivery???
Thats normal...but normal delivery depends baby position,heartbeat,your health condition in bp,hb,cervix and all..if all parameters are in range then normal delivery is possible
Question: Placenta- Anterior wall, upper segment with grade 2 means what ?
Answer: Hi dear the position of the placenta is in front of the uterus with the maturity age of 2. This is normal.position. nothing to worry dear.
Question: Placenta is posterior upper segment maturity grade is 3...is it good for normal delivery
Answer: Placenta posterior upper segment Implies your placenta is attached to the back wall of your uterus towards the top away from cervix which is good
As for grade 3
Placenta can be graded from. 0 to 3
0 being initial phase and gradually moving to 3 towards delivery
As you are in week 36 grade 3 is good