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Amniotic fluid index 6.5
Sir/madam, As 29th week started & yesterday we have done monthly checkup & findout low in amniotic fluid, please suggest us implications of this & is required us to admit in hospital, I'm attaching my report for reference thanks in advance
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Dr. Mamta Pattnayak
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Hi Practo  user, Afi low is really  concerned  thing, you take advice as your gynaecologist telling you. Take argin satchets two times a day in water , its amino acids so it mostly increases the fluid levels.Check out your blood pressure ,some time it occurs due to that. Watch out for leaking also. Good luck.
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Dr. Vijyaben Patel
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Ht, also start about 400 ml coconut water per day.
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Dr. Shyama Nivas
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Yes...ur AFI is very low.severe oligohyramnios can cause foetal distress .please get admitted for iv fluids and medicines.chances are less but there is still possibility thstAFI increases.
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Dr. Guninder kaur
Gynecologist 16 yrs exp Ghaziabad
Yes low fluid is thing for concern. I suggest u to go for another scan from a different  place. If the reports are same . Better to get admit for fluids and other medications
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