Question: 12weeks pregnant...usg report me placenta k liye likha gaya hai "posterior and low laying covering the OS completely"....plz iska matlab explain Kar dijiye...kya Bahut risk hai...doctor ne complete bed rest kaha hai...
Question:Mery 9 month scning report me Placenta - fundal posterior likha hai iska matlab kya hai
Answer: Placenta fundal posterior means the placenta has attache'd the baby through back side and it is attached to the back wall of the uterus. And it's normal baby may move anteriorly downwads taking the position for birth
Question:I recently got my ultrasound done and my sonologist told me that placenta is very low. The report says placenta posterior completely covering the Os. What does this mean is it high risk pregnancy?
Answer: Hello! Though not high risk pregnancy but is definitely a complication during pregnancy. It means the placenta that feeds the growing baby is attached to the lower part of the womb near to or covering the cervix. The two most common complications of a low lying placenta: bleeding and preterm labor. To prevent these problems some women are placed on bed rest or limited activity. Especially activities that result in bouncing or jarring of the lower abdomen need to be avoided. Similarly some women need to refrain from sexual intercourse, or the use of rectal suppositories or vaginal douches/suppositories. However, would suggest you not to worry much and be on complete bed rest for the baby Take care
Question:My 3rd month USG scanning to report is low placenta . Do i want to take complete bed rest
Answer: Dear you can continue your daily activities as per normal unless you have been advised otherwise. Usually restrictions like no sex or lifting etc are prescribed to women who have placenta previa (placenta covering their cervix) and or those who experience blood loss due to a low lying placenta. But rest assured, as you doctor may tell you, there is a very high chance that a low lying placenta will be higher at a later scan. In your third trimester (until around 36 weeks) the bottom part of your uterus does most of it’s growing and stretching, taking the placenta with it. It doesn’t ‘migrate’ upwards, but being attached to the uterine wall, it’s carried upwards with it. Hope it helps.