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Question: Hi all moms, I am 30 weeks pregnant and in yesterday's ultrasound my amniotic fluid is 30 AFI. Doctor said this is very high level. Anyone please suggest what to do, how to reduce this fluid level.
Answer: Hello dear, common causes of excess amniotic fluid include gestational diabetes, fetal anomalies with disturbed fetal swallowing of amniotic fluid, fetal infections and other, rarer causes. You can't do anything only doctor can guide you better. Follow doctor's instructions.. You must avoid sugar and sweet food and fruit like banana. In some cases, a drug might be prescribed to reduce the amount of urine the baby passes. If you have severe polyhydramnios, you may need some of the amniotic fluid to be drained off to reduce the risk of premature labour or problems with the placenta.
Question: Hello! The water level in my amniotic sac has gone down below the border line and I am just 30 weeks pregnant at the moment. I am worried. Pls suggest what can I do to increase the fluid. In 28 weeks scan, it was 8.05 cm(just at the borderline) but at 30 week scan, it went down to 6.63 cm. Also, the weight of the baby is 1 week less as per 30 weeks. Pls suggest what to do
Answer: Hi dear, drink lots of water to keep the blood properly hydrated, making it easier for the heart to pump. ... Your baby's health and development depends on your water consumption. The amount of watet you drink can actually impact the volume of amniotic fluid that surrounds your baby. do not worry and take bed rest everthing will be fine.
Question: Hii iam 35 week pregnant women my amniotic fluid level is 6 cm how can I increase the level
Answer: Yes it is at a lower side, you should talk to a doctor regarding l arginine sachet or IV fluid therapy to increase the amniotic fluid you should take at least 3 litres of water everyday include coconut water juices milk buttermilk and increase the consumption of water based vegetables like bottle gourd cucumber et cetera Monitor fetal movements daily and take rest in left lateral position and follow up your doctor regularly