37 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi all. My afi is 7 before 15days i done my growth scan that time also my afi was 7 only and in todays scan also its 7. Im using agrimust sachets also and drinkinh 4ltrs of water but still my afi is not increasing. How to increase in 2 weeks. And remaining is normal position cephalic placenta posterior. If afi is 7 is it possible for normal delivery. Please help

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Answer: Hi dear, The only option here is to wait till you are full term.and then get labor induced and deliver.since AFI of 7 is quite low.
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    Jhansi R837 days ago

    Thanks for the reply. Even I thought the same but bp is increasing day by day what about that?

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