The aim of the study was to Investigate the situation of placenta and result of pregnancy with past Caesarean Delivery.
Materials and methods: The details of placental locations are recorded apart from other parameters. We categorized each placenta as anterior, posterior and fundal. Placentas occupying the left or right region of the anterior and posterior uterine walls were considered anterior and posterior, respectively. The following data were collected - maternal age, gravidity, parity, number of miscarriages, gestational age at delivery, maternal blood group, birth weight (BW) of the baby, and 1 minute and 5 minute Apgar scores.
Result: The socio-demographic details show the mean (SD) age of the participants was 32 (5.3) years. Almost one third (28.6%) of the participants belonged to 31-35 years and 27.3% of them above 35 years of age. All the participants were educated and almost half of them (52%) were educated up to primary level.
Conclusion: The study suggests that maternal complications and fetal complications were higher in the patients with placenta praevia.