The lower edge of the placenta covers the cervix at the 12th week of pregnancy. Does this mean complete coverage? The worst one? The first birth is cesarean section. Is there still a chance for the placenta to rise?
Hello, in this case, consider the low placental position. In this case, only part of the placenta covers the cervix, which does not mean complete coverage. Therefore, there is no need to worry that it may grow up with the increase of gestational weeks. As long as it grows up before 28 weeks of gestation, it is generally not a problem.
In other words, at present, what you need to do is to pay attention to rest, exercise as little as possible, and can't have the same room. Follow up the doctor's requirements regularly. As long as the placenta grows upward, it's not a big problem. If you continue to grow downward and completely cover the cervix of the uterus, you may need to do cesarean section and deliver the fetus before term.
At the 12th week of pregnancy, the placenta covers the cervix, which still has a chance to change, because the month is small and the placental position is low, which is more common. After the uterus is enlarged, the lower segment is elongated, and the placenta will change. The chances of change are still great.
The lower edge of the placenta covers the cervical opening. The B-ultrasound does not say whether it is fully covered or partially covered. You can confirm this at the next reexamination. If there is no bleeding now, you can also observe it again. With the growth of the uterus, the placenta may also have the probability of rising, but some also exist for a long time, forming a central placenta previa, which may have the probability of bleeding. This needs close observation