24 weeks pregnant mother

Question: 23 weeks pregnent....i have low lying placenta.....its move up to any exercise.....?

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Answer: Dear When egg is fertilized it attaches itself to the uterus and it can attach anywhere in the uterus but mostly it get attached on the lower part of uterus and it is called low lying placenta . So as the pregnancy grow the Placenta will move up on its own..so extra care is needed in low lying placenta to avoid any complication. like don't sit on your foot, avoid sitting in standing for long time, don't lift any heavy things , avoid sex and usage of stairs.. don't exert your body much and take proper bed rest because that is really important....
Answer: Hi dear you don't need any exercises for low lying placenta. You will need complete bed rest. Donligt weight or cause body any strain. If you can take bed rest, the placenta will become correct positon. Sleep more on the left side. It will help.
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    Muniyandi Muthaiya26 days ago

    Thank you dr sister

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