The Results Of The Examination Differed On 2 Doctors.?
Night. I was pregnant 35w from the calculation of the first day of the last menstrual period, from the results of ultrasound efw 2152 grams GA 33 WOW Usg with a doctor spog at the hospital on April 8 he said my amniotic water was lacking and was prescribed medicine and told to drink lots of water and back in control again in 2 weeks said the doctor. On April 15, I used an ultrasound with a doctor too, but at the puskesmas he said that his water was normal. On April 23, I went to the doctor again to go to the hospital. I was confused by the results of the examination. Because there are differences from the two doctors regarding my amniotic fluid. What should I do? What is the cause of my lack of amniotic fluid huh? Does it really depend on the good ultrasound device or not, yes, to be able to detect the lack of normal or normal body? Thank you
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Amniotic fluid in pregnancy has several functions, including protecting the baby against trauma, helping to maintain the baby's body temperature, and helping the development of organs during pregnancy. Under normal conditions, at 34-38 weeks' gestation the amount of amniotic fluid ranges from 400 - 1200 mL. There are a number of conditions for amniotic fluid where there is too little, too much amniotic fluid, or infection with amniotic fluid.
Too little amniotic fluid can be called oligohydramnios. Too little amniotic fluid can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Complications in pregnancy such as hypertension and diabetes in pregnancy.
Consumption of drugs, for example the class of inhibitors.
Fetal problems, genetic disorders.
Release of the placenta early.
There are several other possibilities that can cause the amniotic fluid to rupture, such as a condition of lack of fluids or dehydration. You can be advised to drink enough to meet your daily fluid needs. To exercise control over pregnancy and amniotic fluid, it is recommended to return control to the obstetrician who handled you from the start.
If fetal movements are found to be reduced, or rupture of membranes earlier before the time of pregnancy, immediately take yourself to the hospital for further examination and management. Avoid activities that are too heavy during pregnancy and meet your daily fluid needs with adequate drinking, and adequate rest.
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