926 days ago.
Oh my goodness, I can't believe how big that placenta is in the picture! Will it hurt as much as the baby when it comes out? It's HUGE!
1202 days ago.
Normally, the placenta is developed onto the upper side of the uterus, but it can accidentally develop onto the inferior side. This is usually seen at the echography from week 20. In this case, the ultrasound will be redone later on, because in most cases, as the uterus enlarges, the placenta will move up towards the upper walls. Nevertheless, there are cases in which the placenta remains inferior, covering the internal opening of the cervix (placenta praevia). In this cases, the baby's exit is blocked and a cesarean is required. Placenta praevia can cause bleeding.
( http://www.childwiki.com/index.php/Placenta )
1430 days ago.
Im 23 weeks pregnant and have been told my placenta is anteria and low lying. Im due to have another ultrasound when im 30 weeks. But lately have been feeling alot of pressure in my pelvis area and have been feeling lightheaded. Im a little worried.