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Ive seen it spelt both ways so not sure exactly how to spell it.
I was just wanting to know if anyone knows much about this or has experienced it?
We had a scan last week because I had a low lying placenta and they wanted to check up on it, the sonographer first said "oh its a bit close still" and then said "oh no...its miles away" and then just "oh" after that they wouldnt say anything. Today we had a meeting with the midwife and she said that there are vessels that are too close to the cervix. They havent yet worked out if they are foetal or maternal so I have to have another scan to determine whether or not its safe to birth naturally. I dont know much about this at all so just wanted any words of wisdom anyone might have.
HI, I do not know much about this condition and tried to search things about it, but didn't come up with much. The only advice I have for you is make sure you get it checked again as soon as possible and ask alot of questions.