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More amount of amniotic fluid, pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hello
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   Hello Doctor, I am in 24th week of my pregnancy. 28 yrs old married female residing Yesterday only I have done my scanning. As per report fallowing main impressions I got
Amniotic fluid volume is marginally excess in quantity.
What does that mean?

Doctor :   It means that there is more liqor or the birth water.
User :   is it good or bad???
Doctor :   It will slowly come down with increasing months.
Doctor :   If it doesnt, then there could be a chances of you having early labor and some delivery complications sometimes but not always
Doctor :   Also, watch for any swelling of your feet which does not reduce after a good night's rest.
User :   oh ok then Placenta is anterior in position the lower margin is 5 cm away from internal OS.
It is of maturity grade â??Iâ??.
what does it mean?
Doctor :   Have regular check ups.
Doctor :   It is commenting on the position of the placenta
User :   waht about Three vessel cords noted.
Internal OS is closed at time of scan. Cervical length: 3.3 cm ?

Doctor :   That all indicates a normal pattern
Doctor :   Read the last line of the report and please tell me

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