does anyone know anything about a placenta having a tail like feature? im a little shook up i had my kids with me at my altrasound so i was unable to get or ask fir many answers and now my doc is not available until tuesday. sone friends from school have me upset so plz be kind with responses. this is my third child. all i know about this is i could bleed out and have to have a csection. anyone experience this or know anything about it. im scared of google!
Sounds like you may have placenta previa. It's not a big deal most of the time since placenta moves up especially if yo uare in the 2nd trimester. If you are in your 3rd trimester, placenta previa may cause some bleeding by putting pressure on your cervix. If placenta does not move then you may have to have a c-section. The important thing is that your baby is safe.
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