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How can I manage polyhydraminos ?

how to manage polyhydramnios?
Sat, 28 Jan 2012
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hi welcome to health care magic.polyhydramnios means excessive amniotic fluid in womb b'ze fetus not swallow and absorb the amniotic fluid in normal amount.treatmant take proper rest,salt reduction diet,amniocentesis a test to detect chromosomal abnormality or reson for it,eat small amount regularly,frequent antinetal visit if b'ze of diabetes controle your sugar by advice of phycisian.if b'ze any infection like torch should treat by proper antibiotic.
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