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    Low Placenta
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    Cristin74 posted:
    I posted this on the 2nd tri board, so this is a repeat! My ob called me this morning to report that the results came back on our 20 week ultrasound. He said they couldn't get a good picture of my placentia, so they are assuming it is low. He feels that this may be responsible for the brown discharge (old blood) that I've been having for the past 5 days (of course, constipation hasn't helped). Just looking to see if anyone else is currently going through this/had this with a past pregnancy. Just want to not feel alone with this, as well as know your experiences. Thanks in advance!!
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