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Question: Is there any problem for baby if there is increase of amniotic fluid(polyhydromnious)

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Answer: Dear a lot of amniotic fluid is not good for growing baby because it can cause a lot of complications so if you are diagnosed with polyhydramnios then your doctor will do more test like non stress test and bio profile test this test will help detect the exact reason for the large amount of fluid and also detect if baby is having any kind of abnormality or not.so it's important for you to take proper rest and visit a doctor regularly and there is nothing to worry on it.. it is curable and your doctor will help you guide well about it..
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