17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Two days before i took anomaly scan ,in that they mentioned low level placenta in that report ,wt i mean is there any serious issue in that ,is there any treatment ,how can i overcome this

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Answer: Low lying placenta is not a very big issue but u have to take proper rest it will be cure by itself there is no any treatment...
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