Is it possible to have a vaginal delivery with placenta previa?
This depends on the type of placenta previa. If it is a complete or partial placenta previa, but with a border less than 2 cm from the exit orifice of the cervix, the birth canal will necessarily be a cesarean section.
On the other hand, if the edge of the placenta is more than 2 cm from the cervix outlet, vaginal delivery is possible. In this case, if any complications arise during delivery or there is bleeding, a cesarean section should be performed immediately.
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