View Marginal Placenta Previa
Gif. Placenta previa means that your placenta isn't in a good location for delivery. Placenta previa refers to the presence of placental tissue that extends over the internal cervical os.
Placenta previa symptoms, types, treatments, and management. Find out how you'll know if you have placenta previa and what happens if it persists. Formulary drug information for this topic.
Different types of placenta previa:
The placental marginal sinus no patients with marginal sinus placenta previa required additional. Placenta previa (pp) is defined as the placenta overlying the cervical os. The placenta is near the edge of the cervix. In placenta previa, the placenta starts forming very low in the uterus or even over the cervix some women may even remain undiagnosed until delivery, especially in cases of marginal placenta previa. Different types of placenta previa: Placenta extends to the margin of the internal cervical os. With a marginal previa, where the placenta is near but not covering the cervix, you may be able to have a vaginal delivery. Placenta previa classically is characterized by painless vaginal bleeding in the late second or third trimester.