38 weeks pregnant mother

Question: What happens if amniotic fluid is19.5

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Answer: I feel abdominal pain and frequent urination
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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.
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Question: What happens if amniotic fluid is less in 24 weeks??
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