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Too Much Amniotic Fluid 28 Weeks
I'm 28 weeks and was told I have a generous amount of amniotic fluid. Is this common? I read up on it and it was pretty concerning. Help please
You need an amount: Most with some elevated fluid do not have an issue; if elevated real high you will probobly get referred to a specialist but there is a number called an amniotic fluid index that will guide the severity. Polyhydramnios (light fluid) is considered over about 20 but need more specifics from your dr. Saying generous is non specific and leads you googling, worried and focused on downside. Gd luc. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I am 30 weeks an just found i out that I have to much amniotic fluid an there is some fluid around his brain what couldve caused this ?
I have been diagnosed with having too much amniotic fluid. The nurse also made a comment about my umbilical chord being thick. I'm 31 weeks pregnant & worried about what's causing it. My sugar levels are normal?
Talk to your OB: This is a question that may not have an answer at this point, but the best person to talk to would be your OB who ordered the ultrasound. They would have more information and can interpret the test based on the rest of your history. Best wishes... ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Hiii doctor...my friend,she is 28 yrs old,10 weeks pregnant,primi, has amniotic fluid leakage.why it is happens and what is the management?
How diagnosed?: Amniotic fluid leakage is not often diagnosed as early as 10 weeks. There can be some increase in vaginal secretions or some urine loss that look like leakage of the amniotic fluid. If it is truly amniotic fluid, the only treatment this early is observation with nothing in the vagina and close monitoring of temperature hoping that the hole in the sac will heal over and she won't get infected. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
What is an estimation of how much everything weighs at 32 weeks pregnant? (placenta, amniotic fluid, baby, uterus)
I want to know how it will affect my health and the growth of the baby. Amniotic fluid is adequate, growth of the baby is normal. I am 15 weeks 3 days?
Polyhydramnios: Excess fluid is associated with preterm labor, preterm delivery, and increased incidence of breech presentation. However, most cases still end well. The more important question is, what is causing the increased fluid? The cause of the polyhydramnios is the most important issue. Your doctor will know what testing needs to be performed. The findings will determine how your pregnancy is managed. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
A hole: The bag of water is held together by amniotic membranes that have less integrity than an overfilled water balloon. Sometimes, they develop a "hole" and leak and re-seal, and sometimes they don't. Either way you need to tell your OB MD of this development as fetus' can get infected and die if the membranes are truly compromised. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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