37 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Afi 6.6 mild oligohydramnios.. Is is very low?

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Answer: Yes dear..it is slightly lower than the normal range of 8-18...and considering that you're already in the 37th week of pregnancy.... your gynecologist may advise you to go for a c section as it is not safe for the baby to remain in the womb with low amniotic fluid level..
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