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Question: Mild pelvic fullness in foetal both kidneys.is it serious

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Answer: Hi dear if in your anomaly scan it has been detected that there is mild dilation of your of the baby's renal pelvic muscles or kidney then there is nothing to be worried about first of all it is comnon and it can happen due to Reflux or due to an extra uterer etc. and it gets cured in the pregnancy tenure itself but if sometime it doesn't care spontaneously then there are urological treatments post birth which are available.. Hope this helps!
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