23 weeks pregnant mother

Question: In tiffa scan mild bilateral renal pelviectaris shown ..is there any problem to baby?

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Answer: hi dear! so with mild bilateral pelviectasis there wont be any problem to the baby. normally nothing can be done while the baby is inside . it will generally resolve by itself and generally mild variant wont matter much . also if it still persists then after delivery your baby's condition will be checked and then proper treatment will be given according to symptoms experienced . if at any time your amniotic fluid decreases you will have to visit your doctor dear. in the scans you will understand the levels dear. rest there is no problem so dont worry just keep a watch on it in the scans . take care.
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    devi lakamsani844 days ago

    Thank u

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