40 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi, I'm 32 weeks pregnant. Ultrasound scan says prominent left fetal renal pelvis, AP diameter measures 5.1mm..

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Answer: Ok, don't take tension. U can take high protein diet with coconut water. Usually dilatation get reduced gradually. If not .do usg after delivery
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