Low lying placenta at 20 weeks,lower margin covering int.os.now at 26 weeks ,lower margin touching the internal os,my doc allowed me to air travel(2.5hrs flight only)by 30 weeks..is there any chances of bleeding or any risks.till now I don't have any bleeding or complications.
That's probably something you would need to ask your Dr considering your situation. I was flying up until 36 weeks with no issues. Sitting in the seats is a little uncomfortable. I'm really not sure I don't think he has limited you due to flying itself being an issue so much as being in the air without access to medical care when you have a low lying placenta is probably his concern.
I'm about 20 weeks now and I have placenta previa as well or in other words low lying placenta. Supposedly it moves *** the baby grows n this is common at this point in pregnancy. They will always tell u there is a chance of bleeding because the possible pressure from blood flow to the area (the placenta pressing on the cervix) is caused by it. I have not have any bleeding so far. I hope it stays that way n for you too.
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