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Originally Posted by pamamidwife
ack. The placenta does calcify sometimes, but there is a large area of placenta, so it's not usually an issue. If your baby is growing well and has a nice heart rate variability, there's usually no problem at all.
Sounds like you're being set up for a very highly interventive birth - earlier than your baby may be ready for.
Are you seeing a military doc, by chance?
It would be very rare for your placenta to deteriorate if you arent' a smoker, eat pretty well, and don't have high blood pressure. I'm rather suspicious based on what he's telling you.
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