29 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My amniotic fluid in report says - normal is it ok or it should be more

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Answer: Hllo dear u r 29 weeks pregnant dear Amniotic fluid index (AFI) is a quantitative estimate of amniotic fluid and an indicator of fetal well-being. It is a part of the biophysical profile. AFI is the score (expressed in cm) given to the amount of amniotic fluid seen on ultrasonography of a pregnant uterus. ... An AFI between 8-18 is considered normal.dear if ur amonituc fluid s in this range its normal nothing to worry abht
Answer: Hi, Nothing to worry if the report says normal. Take plenty of fluids
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