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    Default Placenta on cervix first trimester

    So apparently this isn't significant in the first trimester because the uterus is so small and there's plenty of time for it to "migrate".

    My placenta is right on my cervical os (I'm 9+2)

    Did anyone have this experience?

    Did your placenta move?

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    Wait until your morphology scan to give you a more accurate look at what's going on. Professionally, I wouldn't take any notice of it as such at this point as you're only 9 weeks. Most scan reports I've read from early dating scans/nuchal scans don't even mention the placental location (or maybe I don't take any notice as its of no real clinical significance at that gestation).


    My only advice would be that if it's completely over the os to get checked out immediately if you start bleeding. The placenta is extremely vascular as you can imagine and it wouldn't take long for you to have a significant bleed.

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    Default Placenta on cervix first trimester

    Thanks for your input


    I been bleeding since 8+3 small pocket of blood under the placenta

    I have a feeling it's going to continue until the placenta moves

    Have had 2 scans since I stared bleeding both noting the placenta on be os but the sonographer did say it's unusual to be able to see it so clearly at this gestation.

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    Yeah, usually it's so small at that gestation that it would be unlikely to get a good image. If you're having transvaginal scans, that would probably be why they can see it so clearly, as its right there when they scan.

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    Mine was the same with my first. It moved and everything was fine.

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    Mine was over my cervix at the start but moved by 20 weeks.

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    Great to hear thanks ladies!


 

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