Overcoming Cloudy Amniotic Fluid During 27 Weeks Of Pregnancy?
I want to ask, yesterday I had an ultrasound result of two murky amniotic fluid at the age of 27 weeks, but the others were normal, the doctor said. I didn’t drink enough water. How do you deal with it so that the water is clear LG,
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Amniotic fluid has a vital function for the development of the fetus in the womb. With this amniotic fluid, the fetus can move freely, protected from mechanical injury, infection, and other uncomfortable conditions. Amniotic water is also useful in optimizing the development of bones, muscles, lungs, digestive tract, and other organ systems in the fetus.
The amniotic fluid is normally clear in color with a little pink. The cloudy amniotic fluid (yellowish or greenish) most often indicates an infection, pregnancy over time, hypoxia (lack of oxygen) in the fetus, detachment of the placenta from attachment, bleeding disorders in the mother, liver or blood disorders in the fetus, disorders of the fetal digestive tract, and so. Lack of drinking can also make the amount of membranes reduced, so it looks cloudy because it is more concentrated.
Need to be clarified, after checking your pregnancy via ultrasound, are there any special abnormalities that your doctor detects in your pregnancy? Are there any specific suggestions that doctors recommend?
If there are no serious conditions that your doctor detects during your pregnancy checkup, chances are your condition is not dangerous. You can continue to take pregnancy supplements or medications that your doctor prescribes (if any) regularly. Expand also to drink, especially water or green coconut water, at least 8-12 glasses per day. Do not be too tired of activity, multiply rest. Always improve personal hygiene, avoid having sex with partners whose sexual history is unclear, and also protect your immune system by living a healthy and balanced lifestyle so that you are not susceptible to infection. Do not forget, return control of your pregnancy periodically (1 month to 2 weeks) to the obstetrician, so that if there is a serious condition, it can be handled properly.
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