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Question: What precaution should take for delivery if low lying placenta

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Answer: Hi, You will need to take good care and avoid exertion. Low lying placenta can as pregnancy progresses move upwards. Certain restrictions like avoiding strenuous physical activity, taking long rough road journeys and sometimes even avoiding intercourse is advised. This condition can be managed by bed rest, progestron tab/inj or cervical stiches called cerclage Please talk to your doctor for more details and to avoid any risk or complications.
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