Picky Medical gripe

 Okay, I know this is a soap opera, not a medical show and as a retired nurse midwife educator I am picky about this, but placenta previa presents with PAINLESS bright red vaginal bleeding! They are right that often as the placenta grows it grows up off the cervix (it is a very common finding in early pregnancy and I used to tell my clients not to worry at this stage, but just watch for bleeding). Strong pains at this stage are more likely a sign of abruption (separation on the placenta with bleeding between the uterus and the placenta. End of my tutorial!