Doctor insights on:
Posterior Low Lying Placenta Covers Internal Os
Placenta is fundo posterior, lying in upper uterine segment and showing grade 1 maturity. Internal os is closed. Cervical length approx 4.2 cm. 24 weeks?
My placenta posterior grade 0 away from internal os in 13 th week scan. Is there any problem. Can I travel in train?
Result of u/s- Placenta is posterior, with its lower edge at d level of internal Os, grade 0. What does this mean? 20weeks preg
Is it a previa if placenta is posterior w/ its lower edge @ the level of internal os. Grade 0? . doc advise no sex. Will it hurt if we do?
Previa: It sounds like you have at least a low lying placenta if not at least a marginal previa. Sex causes uterine contractions for a couple days afterwards, so based on your description I would advise the same thing. If you bleed after sex, you won't know if its the previa or just post coital bleeding. Do something else. By the way the grading has nothing to do with previa. ...Read more
I have a posterior placenta reaching the internal OS at 32 weeks. What chance is there of it moving sufficiently by term to allow a natural birth?
Slim chance: Most placentas migrate upwards with uterine growth between weeks 20 and 30 of pregnancy. Moreover, at 32 weeks, any premature contractions are likely to expose the placental edge that is now present at the cervical os. If there is any bleeding whatsoever, please contact your OB MD immediately. ...Read more
At 14 wk scan doctr said I hav a low lying placenta. Now at 20wk scan its 3.4cm frn internal os. Is this safe or still low lying?
My level II ultrasound shows Placenta position- "Fundo anterior lower margin of placenta 4.0 CM from internal os" What precautions should I take??
As per OB.: You did not state how far along the pregnancy you are. If before third trimester, the placenta may migrate posteriorly and further from the os. Speak to your OB for any concerns. If there is any concern on the part of the OB, a follow-up ultrasound will be gotten. There are however no precautions you should take, unless so directed by tour OB. Why does you profile say 25 yo male? ...Read more
Placenta previa: This is a concern because if it persists it blocks the baby from coming out vaginally and carries a risk of severe bleeding. If present early in the pregnancy it may often resolve as the uterus continues to grow. If it doesn't resolve delivery must be by cesarean section. ...Read more
My scan report says that I have Placenta Prosterior with Multiple placenta lakes overlying the internal OS. I am on bed rest.
Question: I think you forgot the question part ;). Let us know how we can help you! ...Read more
Placenta - anterior in upper and lower uterine segment, edge of placenta is 28 mm away from internal os, what does this mean?
It means all good!: The placenta is far enough away from the internal "hole" of the cervix that previa--a dangerous condition that can cause hemorrhage--is not an issue. The placenta has to go somewhere--the front (anterior), the top (fundus) or back (posterior). I don't know any more about your condition but based on that info, it all sounds ok! ...Read more
What does it mean (grade0) posterior low lying placenta grade 0 partially covers os at 11 weeks. Is it dangerous with brown discharge? What to do?
MFM doctor: If you have a high risk pregnancy, you should be under the care of a maternal feral medicine OB specialist. If this is not the case, call your OB and ask why. This is a higher risk situation and should be followed closely by a skilled OB at the least ...Read more
I am Jasjeet 28 years old. It is my 2nd pregnancy at 21 week. My placenta is low lying reached 3mm from the OS. It is posterior Plz help me m worried?
Placentas "travel": Placentas tend to travel upward from the cervical os as the pregnancy progresses. If you have not been experiencing bleeding at this point there is hope that will occur. If bleeding starts call your OB MD immediately as hemorrhages are common with low lying placentas and can be quite "dramatic" in amounts. ...Read more
I am 20 weeks pregnant. My placenta is posterior, low lying, covering os, grade 0 in maturity. What does it mean? Its my first pregnancy. Is everything
I am 4months pregnant and is said that I have a placenta posterior low lying grade 0 is there a posibility that placenta will move? What will I do?
Uterus grows: A low lying placenta at 4 months is something to monitor but not something to panic about. The placenta does not actually move but as the uterus grows the placenta will then be the normal position. It is too early in the pregnancy to be thinking about a C-section for low lying placentas. The majority of these will be resolved on later sonograms. ...Read more
My placenta is posterior and low lying. I am 14wks pregnant. Any problems? Do I need bedrest? What r the thngs I should care? Pls help me.
VOMIT syndrome: Vomit syndrome is short for victim of modern imaging technology this is your problem. If you hadn't had an us you wouldn't know this normal finding. If you get 3 more us's you will see it rise out of the low lying position as your pregnancy progresses. Don't think this represents a problem, bedrest is the worst thing you could do. ...Read more
13week us says posterior placenta low lying nuchal thickness 1.5mm dr. Advised downsyn screen blood test. Very afraid. May my baby have any disorder?
Nuchal thickness: Everyone gets offered the quad test screening for down's, trisomy 18 and spina bifida. Its actually a very good test. An increased nuchal thickness is associated with increase risk of Down's syndrome, but usually other things are seen with it. A cell free DNA test may be a good one to check. ...Read more
I am 14 weeks pregnant. In usg its seen my placenta is posterior and low lying. Any problems? Wht r the thngs I should care? No other abnormalities.
U really need: To discuss all of that with your OB who has seen the ultrasound or the results please call your OB as your OB will give u specific instructions and things that u cannot do and hopefully by the next ultrasound which you should have a followup scheduled the placenta will have moved up, so please call your OB now that is part of your ob's job. ...Read more
I just had my five months anomaly scan n was told that my placenta is posterior grade0 maturity, 3 CM away from OS. What does this mean???
Posterior placenta 3.4-3.8cm from os 28w. Can it cause bleeding during lower segment formation? Or not over area that stretches? Csec booked
Sounds normal: Based only on this one piece of limited information the placenta is in a normal location. We look for the placenta to be more than 2 cm away from the cervical os. Yours sounds normal. If a c section is planned I would clarify with the doctor the rationale and make sure all is explained to you to your satisfaction ...Read more
Good day. I'm ony 36 weeks and 6 days, what does LATERAL PLACENTA WITH POSTERIOR COMPONENT, Grade 3, high lying means?
U/S findings: The physical location of your placenta inside your uterus. It is lateral (towards one side, left or right); on the posterior (back, nearer your spinal column, as opposed to your abdomen); Grade 3 high lying (??). The good thing is that the placenta is not covering the cervical opening (or Os). You should be talking to your OB about these things! Talk with him/her if you don't understand! ...Read more
Yes: As long as the placenta does not dip down so low as to block the cervix (a placenta previa) this is not a problem. Grade 0 simply means that the placenta is still immature which is what is expected. Increased placental maturity too early is potentially a problem. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- Low lying posterior placenta grade 0 maturity
- How to measure distance of placenta from internal os?
- Low lying placenta treatment
- Ultrasound low lying placenta
- Low lying placenta precautions
- Low lying placenta at 18 weeks
- Ayurveda for low lying placenta during pregnancy
- Travel by train at 14 weeks with low lying placenta
- How to prevent anterior low lying placenta reaching os grade 0?