Similar Questions with Answers
Question: What happens if the amniotic fluid becomes less?
Answer: if amniotic fluid is less then risk would be as..
the umbilical cord may become squeezed during labour
The baby may grow slowly
A higher chance of a Caesarean
if you are diagnosed with low amniotic fluid, the doctor may conclude that early delivery is the safest treatment.
Question: What happens if amniotic fluid is less in 24 weeks??
Normal afi ranges from 8 to 20 cm.
And as pregnancy progress afi level gets decreased.
So to maintain afi level have atleast 2-3 ltr of water daily.
Include as much as water source you can. Like coconut water, daal, fruits which are have high water content etc.
Question: what happens if Amniotic fluid index is above the range?
Answer: Polyhydramnios is a condition where a woman simply has too much amniotic fluid during her pregnancy. As a rule of thumb, polyhydramnios is usually diagnosed with an AFI over 25 or a big pocket of fluid on the ultrasound of over 8 cm.
Do you have diabetes or gestational diabetes? Keep a control over your sugar level.
In your case is it not very high…& it shouldn’t affect you baby but it might lead to some complications in delivery.
• Increased risk of a breech baby (with more fluid, the baby can have trouble getting head down)
• increased risk of uterine cord prolapse, which is when the umbilical cord slips out of the uterus and into the vagina before delivery of the baby
• increased risk of bleeding complications after birth (the uterus can simply get stretched out and tired)
• premature labor and delivery