Answer: Polyhydramnios is a condition where a woman simply has too much amniotic fluid during her pregnancy. As a rule of thumb, polyhydramnios is usually diagnosed with an AFI over 25 or a big pocket of fluid on the ultrasound of over 8 cm.
U should keep a control over your sugar level.
Polyhydramnios might lead to some complications in delivery.
• Increased risk of a breech baby (with more fluid, the baby can have trouble getting head down)
• increased risk of uterine cord prolapse, which is when the umbilical cord slips out of the uterus and into the vagina before delivery of the baby
• increased risk of bleeding complications after birth (the uterus can simply get stretched out and tired)
• premature labor and delivery
Only prescribed medicine can reduce afi level.
If you are drinking coconut water then stop it.
Answer: Y bhut jyda aya h
Dr s consult kro asap
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Answer: Yes, if amniotic fluid is above 18 afi then there are chances that the baby might keep floating and not come down during labour. All the best for your D day.
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Question: hii all... mere usg mai placenta grade 3 aaya h. ye placenta grade 3 kya hota h. kya isme normal delivery ho skti h
Answer: It means u r having low lying placenta grade 3
A grade 3 placenta, for example, is normal at 40 weeks. But if too many calcifications are seen early in pregnancy, it can indicate that the placenta is aging too rapidly. This can happen in high blood pressure and diabetes, for example. If the placenta is found to have advanced calcifications early in pregnancy, the baby will be evaluated for growth at intervals to be sure he is getting the nutrients that he needs. In addition, the amniotic fluid level is checked frequently to make sure there is enough of it, because decreased fluid could mean the placenta is not providing enough nutrients to the fetus.
Grade 1 – (minor) the placenta is mainly in the upper part of the womb, but some extends to the lower part.
Grade 2 – (marginal) the placenta reaches the cervix, but doesn't cover it.
Grade 3 – (major) the placenta partially covers the cervix.
Grade 4 – (major) the placenta completely covers the cervix (most serious type of placenta praevia).
Anterior and upper segment means the baby is above the birth position but still not attached to the cervix...