A member asked:

I have placenta previa. just in case it does not block the cervix, can i still deliver vaginally?

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Dr. Dale Kristle answered

Specializes in Gynecology

The definition of placenta pre via is that the placenta covers the cervix. often, as the pregnancy progresses, the placenta moves away from the cervix and vaginal delivery can occur.

Answered Aug 12, 2016



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