“At week 28 I was diagnosed with a low-lying placenta. The midwife at this point of my pregnancy does not seem hopeful that it could move. However I have read a study that most women have the low-lying placenta issue resolve around 34 – 38 weeks. What do you know about low-lying placenta and the statistics on which weeks the placenta moved far enough?” -Margaret

“I am 13 weeks pregnant and was just diagnosed with complete placenta previa and I would really like to know more about it.  I am curious to know the risks at such an early stage of pregnancy as well as the later stages in pregnancy.” – Kylie

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