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Anterior Placenta Grade 2
I'm 36wks pregnant. My usg report says anterior placenta upper segment grade 2.... my baby wt 2600gm. What does it means?
Normal findings!: All sound normal, follow your provider's advice! ...Read more
I m 34 weeks pregnant. My recent usg report says anterior right placenta & maturity grade 2. babys weight 2416 grms. What does it mean??
US Naming System. ..: Study: http://www. Learningradiology. Com/notes/gunotes/placentapage. Htm, anterior means towards front, closer to the abdomen than back. The grades are simply appearance characteristics on ultrasound which may correlate with relative health of placental development, blood supply to fetus and potential fetal health/outcomes. A good OB physician should be able to help you with specifics for individual. ...Read more
Hello doctor, I would like to know the gender of my baby. My placenta position is fundal anterior grade 2.?
Not possible: It's not possible to tell the gender of baby fetus without looking at ultrasound. And it is illegal in India to get gender test of the unborn. ...Read more
Placenta is anterior upper segment grade 2 in 36 week of pregnancy. Is it good for normal delivery?
I'm 19 weeks pregnant with complete anterior placenta pervia. Is it ok to sleep on my back & right side. These are my two most comfortable positions?
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Twins from two eggs have two placentas (occasionally appear fused). Some twins from one egg have two and some have only one placental mass, even though there may be two amniotic sacs.
In the past placentas were evaluated at delivery. Now we can learn lots by ultrasound. Occasionally additional testing is needed after delivery to determine if one placental mass or two closely positioned placentas. ...Read more
Top of uterus: Fundal means the top of your uterus. A fundal placenta means it is located at the top which is normal. Placental grading is somewhat controversial. Most radiologist and perinatologists do not use this system. Grade 2 placentas at 25 weeks may or may not be normal. You will need to discuss the details with the doctor who performed the sonogram or is managing your pregnancy ...Read more
Placenta previa: Normally, the position of the placenta is near the top of the womb. In some cases however, the placenta stays in the lower portion (part) of the womb, and either partially or completely covers the cervix (neck of the womb). The described grading is when the placenta reaches the cervix, but doesn't cover it. ...Read more
See below.: Fundal means at the top of your uterus closest to your head. Anterior means in the front part of your uterus closest to your belly button. Well away from your internal os means that the placenta is not covering the "exit" from your uterus down by your vagina. This is a very safe placental placement. ...Read more
My wife anomaly scan showed placenta grade 2 maturity as my wife is 20 week pregnant. Is there anything to worry or it is normal?
It's normal: Placentas are usually graded on sonogram base on the degree of calcification that is present within the placenta. These may appears as white echogenic areas on sonogram. The grading as somewhat subjective but in general the farther along the pregnancy, the more mature is the placenta and hence there is more calcification present. A grade 3 placenta may imply that the pregnancy is term or near term ...Read more
I'm 23 weeks I've been bleeding last two days my placenta is detaching and my anmiotic fluid is very low. What can I do to increase anmiotic fluid?
See an obstetrician: What you are describing is very concerning for a placental abruption. You should seek immediate medical care with an obstetrician as you may need to be admitted and monitored in a hospital setting if you bleeding. Unfortunately, there's nothing you can do to increase amniotic fluid. The low fluid may be a result of placental insufficiency, which may happen in the setting of an abruption. ...Read more
What is predominant portion of the placenta is anterior fundal with a left lateral wrap posteriorly?
What did u doc say??: Your OB doc should explain that to u just like I explain all OB ultrasound findings to my OB pts, it menas that most of the placenta is anterior covering the front top part of the endometrium and part of it goes to the back where it usually is, no need to worry, unless the placenta is over the opening (yours is not) or if it is low anterior and u have had a previous csection cause it could stick. ...Read more
What is anterior low lying placenta means in usg scan? 4th running for me. Is it any problem my baby growth. Please suggest.
Low-lying placenta: A low-lying placenta is when the placenta has implanted near the cervix but not over it as in a placenta previa. We treat the low-lying placenta with pelvic rest and decreased activities like no heavy lifting or strenuous exercise. They generally resolve on their own. They have no effect on the growth of the baby. ...Read more
Hi, 14th week running for me. Today I went to scan. They mentioned - anterior low lying placenta. Is it problem to my unbron baby. Please sugges?
Placental location: An anterior low lying placenta is a possible cause of bleeding if running at this stage of pregnancy. It is unlikely to cause a serious problem for your baby, however. Usually the low lying placenta will be located higher up as the uterus grows, and will not be a problem for delivery. Another sonogram in a month may show it to be in a more normal position. ...Read more
UTZ report at uau19 wks 5 days shows fetus in transverse position, placenta posterior grade 2, previa totalis. Will this improve? Or cs is the option
Likely to improve:
Placenta previa diagnosed in second trimester most often resolves by 3rd trimester. Usually by that time, the fetus is head down and vaginal delivery is an option.
Follow closely with ultrasounds this pregnancy to help guide your decision. Unlikely but if the placenta previa persists, then a csection is needed ...Read more
I have had two csections first was sunny side up second placenta abruption. Would it be possible to have a natural birth after those? I really want to
Not to worry: This is a minor detail of an ultrasound report and only has relevance for an obstetrician who might be doing a cesarean section. A c-section incision is made through the lower uterine segment and so knowing this provides a caution to the surgeon when s/he operates. Generally in pregnancy, as the uterus and baby grow, a placenta tends to move back from this position so I doubt it will be important ...Read more
I just had my ultrasound at 16 wiks 3 days and it says anterior placenta grade 1 pls. Explain further?
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