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Two loop cord around baby's neck
Two days before(35 weeks 4 days)  i have done colour Doppler and following were the results: 1. Baby Weight 2.293 gm 2. AFI 6.5 3. Two loops of cord around neck 4. Suggested NST on 23rd October My doc said i v to undergo c- section delivery since nuchal cord and low AFI. By any chance  can i go for normal delivery? ?? Can i increase AFI by drinking 3-4 ltr water now???
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Hi dear, Nuchal cord is very common so dont panic. Its your doctors choice on the best circumstances to choose a c-section or a normal delivery. It is better to follow their advice, as they are the one closely monitoring you.
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Difficult depend on fetal heart sound and on pulling child may lead to injury so be cautious
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No, generally chord around baby's neck is an indication for C section, Go as per Gynecologist' s advice.
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