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Low lying plecenta grade1

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Pal211 Tue 04-Jun-13 11:58:30

Hi I have been diagnosed wid low lying placenta grade1, I wanted to ask if I can travel by plane in my 18 th week on 2 hours flight vid grade 1, is it risky.. I asked my doc she said u don't have to exert plane travel is fine Bt no exertions it cud cause bleeding... I ll be in the resort n no exertion but is it safe to fly... It's my first preg so quiet tensed. Plz suggest

jesswhite25 Tue 04-Jun-13 12:14:09

Hi there, I re k

Pal211 Tue 04-Jun-13 12:19:19

Wat I dint get u

jesswhite25 Tue 04-Jun-13 12:20:17

Sorry, bloomin Internet on phone! I reckon you'd prob be ok. Grade 1 isn't as risky as placenta previa (Grade 4) and which is why your doctor has said it's ok to fly. Go on holiday and enjoy yourself I say! Jealous as i have grade 4 pp and am in hospital for the next 5 weeks till delivery :-( Also, bear in mind that given you're so early on in your pregnancy and it's only grade 1, there's a chance it might move too. Good luck to you x

Pal211 Tue 04-Jun-13 12:28:33

Ohh I feel relaxed, she actually refused to go but wen I asked bout flying she was ok vid it I hv promised my self nt to exert at all... I wish u all the best for ur delivery, I ll pray all goes fine..thanx a ton

Pal211 Wed 05-Jun-13 05:45:52

Anyone else is in d same position as me???

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