Friday, April 20, 2012

PP Stories: Placenta Previa

If you have placenta previa, it means that your placenta is lying unusually low in your uterus, next to or covering your cervix. The placenta is the pancake-shaped organ – normally located near the top of the uterus – that supplies your baby with nutrients through the umbilical cord.

If you're found to have placenta previa early in pregnancy, it's not usually considered a problem. But if the placenta is still close to the cervix later in pregnancy, it can cause bleeding, which can lead to other complications and may mean that you'll need to deliver early. If you have placenta previa when it's time to deliver your baby, you'll need to have a cesarean section

If the placenta covers the cervix completely, it's called a complete or total previa. If it's right on the border of the cervix, it's called a marginal previa. (You may also hear the term "partial previa," which refers to a placenta that covers part of the cervical opening once the cervix starts to dilate.) If the edge of the placenta is within two centimeters of the cervix but not bordering it, it's called a low-lying placent

REDHA!!!....Itu shjlah yg mampu aku lakukan ketika mendpt perkhabaran ini. Terpaksa berkampung di hospital demi menyelamatkn diri & baby. Aku terima semua ketentuanmu Ya Allah!!!

Sgtlah terkejut bila mendpt tahu aku telah mengalamai keadaan ini dan lg bertambah terkejut bila mengetahui kemungkinan utk berkampung hingga cukup bulan yakni hampir 2 bln di sana.

Ya Allah....permudahkanlah urusan hambamu ini...

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