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Hi im 9 weeks 4 days pregnant. My ultra sound report is Placenta cp: posterior upto os and grade - My cervical length 3.8 CMS (tvs) internal os closed This is my first pregnancy. Im so worried about my pregnancy please Dr. tell what I do Its save or not and what will I do Dr. lme take a rest otherwise bleeding will start please suggest me what I do Can I take full bed rest Thanks.

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Hi im 9 weeks 4 days pregnant. My ultra sound report is P...
Hi lybrate-user. Take full bed rest as the placenta is low lying and there are chances of bleeding. But don't worry as the pregnancy grows the placenta also gets pulled up most of the time. Just wait and take rest.
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Hi im 9 weeks 4 days pregnant. My ultra sound report is P...
Hi falak, dont worry about low lying placenta it will go up as baby grows. Please take complete bed rest, avoid lifting weights, and sex too.
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Hi im 9 weeks 4 days pregnant. My ultra sound report is P...
U can have full bed rest. Chances r there that placenta will go up but if it does not go up than you need to deliver by cesarean section.
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Hi im 9 weeks 4 days pregnant. My ultra sound report is P...
Hello, follow, all instruction of your gynae. In my opinion you r safe, placental position is not a matter to stress over, tk, folic acid- spinach, mangoes, iron- spinach, blackberries, cherries, bananas, carrots, zinc- wheat, pumpkins, avocados, ripened mangoes, spinach, oyster, carrots, protein- milk, almonds, soya been, rajma, green peas, carrots, eggs, omega3- & fatty acid --walnuts, amino acid-dark chocolates, tk, care.
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