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Question: M 8th mnth pregnant... I did sonography today report says lack of amniotic fluid and remain report is normal. Wht should i do to increase amniotic fluid
Since the amniotic fluid is less it will have its effect on baby and hence you see a lag of two weeks
Although you have not mentioned how much is your afi but I am assuming since it is less it would be in the range of 6-8
It is important to drink3 lt of water every day with 3 glasses of coconut water as well as milk.
Take more water to help out your baby growth.
Intrauterine growth restriction is seen in many pregnant ladies with low amniotic fluid.
Please go for a visit.
In 36 week.
Question: Hi im 32 weeks pregnant. Just been for growth scan. It says amniotic fluid is more and in comments section it says polyhydramnios. Is it fine to have more amniotic fluid?
Answer: Polyhydramnios means you have too much amniotic fluid in your womb (uterus). It happens in fewer than one in 500 pregnancies in the UK, so it isn't common. Most cases of polyhydramnios are mild or moderate.
The amniotic fluid surrounding your baby protects him from being hurt if you have a blow to your tummy, or if your tummy is squashed. The fluid also protects your baby against infection, as well as helping his lungs to develop.
Question: My amniotic fluid is 10.4cm is it normal or not??
Answer: yes it is normal according to your weeks of gestation please drink lots and lots of water and take rest in left lateral position whenever possible
Question: Hi I had my tiffa sacan ....in that report the amniotic fluid is Adequte AFI 10_11 cm is it ok or it should be more please give me reply....
Answer: An AFI between 8-18 is considered normal. Median AFI level is approximately 14 from week 20 to week 35, when the amniotic fluid begins to reduce in preparation for birth. An AFI < 5-6 is considered as oligohydramnios. The exact number can vary by gestational age.