i got to know my placenta was low lying from my 3rd month and as per 5th month scan report it was at posterior 4cm away currently im in my 7th month . when will my placenta move and will i have a normal delivery ?

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How can I have normal birth?

Having a normal vaginal delivery is dependant on a number of factors including baby weight, baby position and the health of the mother. Having said that you can follow these tips to remail healthy. Concentrate on a healthy diet during pregnancy and do regular walking and pregnancy yoga. Stay calm mentally at the time of delivery.

Visit your gynaecologist regularly and follow all the advice. These blogs might also help you. Do give them a read. Choosing your Birthing Experience: Normal or Cesarean or VBAC, Natural Childbirth Tips - Every Expecting Mom Should Know, Normal Delivery Vs Cesarean – Risks & Benefits


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