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Anomaly in ultrasound scan at 25 weeks of pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   My wife is now 25th week of pregnancy
Doctor :   OK
User :   We did Anomly USG scanning
Doctor :   Ok
User :   I have a query here..
User :   report says, she has liquor looks more
User :   In 10 days of time we are observing her stomach looks bigger
User :   is it normal?
Doctor :   Ok that settles down as time
Doctor :   Take less salt in the diet ( not no salt)
Doctor :   What is the AFI
Doctor :   Amniotic fluid index
Doctor :   recorded
User :   it is not mentioned in the report
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   I think it is going the right way, just consume 6 glasses of water
Doctor :   and reduce the salt intake
User :   sure doctor
Doctor :   Is the Diabetes checked?
Doctor :   I hope she gets routinely investigated as per the schedule
User :   and she is continuing with folic acid, calcium and vitamin tablets
Doctor :   Folic acid is not a requirement now
Doctor :   Calcium is OK
User :   yes, we tested CBC, RBS and urine routine
Doctor :   Is the OGTT done? Did the radiologist say that the size of baby is OK?
User :   report seems to be normal and baby'sgrowth is also OK
Doctor :   OGTT is Oral glucose tolerance test to check for Gestational Diabetes
User :   Featal heart rate is 162bats/min and weigs 759 gm
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   No worry
Doctor :   Continue and give importance to exercise and diet
User :   OGCT test is not done as doctor not adviced
Doctor :   If her vitals, BP, Blood sugar, Pulse are Ok then do not worry
User :   ok, thanks doctor
User :   food frequescy is maintained
User :   She started walking
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Fine
Doctor :   Do you have more questions that I can answer
Doctor :   Thank you
Doctor :   Bye for now
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