28 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hey Dr. M now 25.3 weeks pregnant...I hd a scanning yesterday... n my Dr. Told dat der is a little water in my baby's kidney...? N she told dat it is minor problem... whats ur advice for me?

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Answer: Take rest. The minor problem will not be there after delivery. Even if it's there doctor will do treatment after the baby is born. Don't worry
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