Question: Hi.... Am 36 weeks pregnant, after one week doctor decided to do c section because I have low amniotic fluid and I have gestational diabetes.. So my dought is is it so early to do operation.. Is any thing harm to my baby.. Dr said baby's weight is one week less so am scared after delivery how will be baby's condition plz give me reply......
Question:Am 37 week pregnant ... Doctor said to me, my amniotic fluid is less so what i do?
Answer: Hello! For less amniotic fluid, please drink plenty of water. Along with it have a coconut water on daily basis, include fruits and vegetables which have more water content like watermelon, strawberry, capsicum, lettuce.
This will all help to increase the amniotic fluid.
Question:My amniotic fluid is 22. I am in 28th week of pregnancy and i have gestational diabeties also. What should i do to reduce amniotic fluid
In order to cope with gestational diabetes, constant checking of blood sugar level should be done. Also exercising regularly and taking proper meals helps cope with the problem. Stay in constant touch with the doctor and do urine tests as well.
It's common don't worry if u r on insulin then don't wry nothing will affect ur baby and if u r on precautions only then take precautions strictly don't have sweets and have only sugar free items only apple and fruits and no rice no potatoes no veggies of under ground no tea or coffee or cold drink of sugar
If u r on insulin its better because u need to eat alot and eat what ever u want just adjust ur doze according to it
U hv to avoid rice , sugar products, potatoes,
Split ur meal, don't eat at one time only, walking is best to control sugar after Every meal u should walk.
Question:Hi,iam 23weeks pregnant AFI is21cm .more amniotic fluid is symptom of gestational diabetes.how to control this.i dont have diabetes
Answer: If you don't have gestational diabetes mellitus and still your aminiotic fluid is high ,it is likely due to any defect in swallowing amniotic fluid by the baby.Therefore it is better for you to go for a 3D or 4D scan to find out the reason exactly after consulting with your gynecologist.