Similar Questions with Answers
Question: If the omniotic fluid presence is more what will happen?
Answer: hi dear !
increased amniotic fluid is called polyhydramnios.
Polyhydramnios occurs when excess amniotic fluid accumulates in the uterus during pregnancy.In most cases, polyhydramnios is harmless, but it does have the potential to cause serious pregnancy complications.
some complications are : Preterm contractions and possibly preterm labor. ,
Premature rupture of membranes. , also maternal respiratory compromise.
so this amniotic fluid is secreted by the baby when it urinates inside . so there are medicines available(indomethacin) that reduces the urine production in the baby and that will cause decrease in amniotic fluid production.
take care dear !
i hope this information was helpful to you !
Question: What will happen if low lying placenta
Don't worry much about low lying placenta. Many ppl have it. Just take enough bed rest, so that when your uterus grows the placenta automatically moves up. Only idea here is to not make the placenta move further down by lifting heavy things, walking faster kind of strenuous things involving the pelvic region. You can sit for as much as you want. Just keep your legs elevated so that your pelvic region is stress free. And if you feel like walking, walk very slowly. Avoid long travels or travels on bumpy roads even if it's shorter. Do this for 4-6 weeks and during the next scan you should find out that your placenta has moved up. Relax and enjoy your pregnancy. Though this is a serious medical condition, it's remedy is veryc very simple and easily solved in shorter duration. ,
Question: What will happen if amniotic fluid is more
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.