Placenta, or what we call inunan, is an organ that develops during pregnancy. Its purpose is to provide oxygen and nourishment to the growing baby inside the womb. Attached to the wall of the uterus, the mother also delivers it after the baby comes out. But, some women experience placenta accreta spectrum, where the placenta grows too deeply into the wall or lining of the womb. This means it cannot detach after the baby’s delivery. Learn more about the placenta accreta spectrum here.