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December 15th, 2006, 06:12 AM
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I had partial placenta previa on my last pregnancy (7wks ago) and was on the high risk list. Luckily I delivered naturally with no complications. I wanted to know if the same problem will recur in future pregnancies or not. I would like another baby in the future but won't if I will definately get it again.
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January 1st, 2007, 06:28 AM
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I had partial placenta previa on my last pregnancy (7wks ago) and was on the high risk list. Luckily I delivered naturally with no complications. I wanted to know if the same problem will recur in future pregnancies or not. I would like another baby in the future but won't if I will definately get it again.[/b]
can't say you "definitely" won't get it again without knowing why you implanted low. if it was a matter of conception late in the cycle, then you likely won't. if it's because there are problems with your uterus (fibroids, scarring from previous pregnancy or miscarriage, etc) the odds are pretty good that you will.

i can say, speaking as one who habitually plants low (this is my third to-term pregnancy and i was low-lying for all of them) that it's no big deal; certainly not something upon which to base a decision of whether or not to have more babies. up to 95% of placenta previa pregnancies resolve quite satisfactorily and the mothers are able to deliver normally - mine was a total placenta previa with major blood vessels running directly over the cervix but it grew up out of the way just fine and i had my older daughter naturally. my younger daughter was low-lying but it grew out the way in plenty of time. this one, too, is growing out of the way in good time for a natural delivery.
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