27 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi today I entered into my 3rd trimester. Two weeks before I had TIFA scan everything is normal. But amniotic fluid index is 18.is it high?. How to control amniotic fluid. Please give suggestions I am worried..

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Answer: No no dear ..afi range btwn 8 to 18 is normal.. on our last trimmster our water level gets reduce without knowing us..so don't think abt to reducing..it's not in our hands to reduce.. keep up ur routine intake of water and liquid juices ..so that v can maintain throughout pregancy without affecting baby..
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    Bharrathi Cheri721 days ago

    Thanks for the reply

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