35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 34 weeks pregnant. My AFI is 22.7 and baby weight around 2.5 kgs. Is it too high and is there any risk on the baby?

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Answer: Hello dear. Yes it is high abd your gynae may prescribe you medicine to lower the levels or to atleast maintain those so that normal delivery is possible. You may be feeling less movements of the baby due to high fluid levels. Hope it helps.
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