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14 weeks pregnant, not enough fluid around the baby, good heart beat, movement. Suggestions?

My daughter is 14 weeks pregnant today I have noticed every since her first ultra sound at 10 weeks that there was not a lot of fluid around the baby she didn t have it like most first ultra sounds were it looks like a peanut in a sac of water but the doc didn t say anything so I thought it must just be me over reacting then she started spotting a week later and she had another ultra sound and again it looked the same so I asked the tech does it look like there is enough fluid around that baby and I got a cocky yeeeeessss today she started bleeding like a normal period went to Er and was told there isn t enough fluid around the baby you are threatening miscarriage is there any thing she can do the baby still had a very good heart beat and was moving around
Asked On : Sat, 27 Oct 2012
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Hi Tinajay,

It seems like your daughter has a threatened abortion. The treatment for this is complete bed rest, avoid sexual activity and drink plenty of fluids. Progesterone is indicated sometimes to sustain the pregnancy.

Unfortunately most of the threatened abortions do end up with an inevitable abortion. If this happens in your daughter's case, I am sorry about it.

Be in close interaction with her doctor.

All the best.
Answered: Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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