23 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hi .i am 21 week pregnant .mere scan me fluid thoda jyaada aaya h usse koi problem toh nhi hote h

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Answer: i also face to this problem. but my doc say to me don't worry. don't take stress.
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    AKSHRA SHUKLA543 days ago

    but my dr said if mother is diabetic ya baby ki structure me me koi problem hote h toh fluid jyaada hota h

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    AKSHRA SHUKLA543 days ago

    but my dr said if mother is diabetic ya baby ki structure me me koi problem hote h toh fluid jyaada hota h

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