29 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hii in 20 weeks ultrasound scan my AFI level 17 . and 30 weeks scan it raised to 20. is it normal I'm worried

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Answer: Around 1-3% of pregnant women are diagnosed with having too much amniotic fluid. Factors that increase fluid volume are ur baby producing too much urine, Decreased fetal swallowing, or Increased water transfer across the placenta by the mother.. Consult ur gynecologist and get urself examined ... AFI 20 is also not too much so don't worry it can be controlled... For precautions decrease ur water intake ... sleep on ur left side and do exercise mainly walking ... hope this will help...
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