The amount of amniotic fluid in late pregnancy is very important. If the amount of amniotic fluid is less, it will also have an impact on fetal development. So how much amniotic fluid is appropriate at 34 weeks of pregnancy? Let’s get to know pregnant mothers!
At 34 weeks of gestation, amniotic fluid index was between 8 and 18 cm, and amniotic fluid depth was between 3 and 8 cm. If you want to know the amniotic fluid index, you need to check it by abdominal B-ultrasound, so long as it is within the range index, you don’t have to worry. If the amniotic fluid is too little or too much, it is abnormal, so it is necessary to take appropriate measures according to the situation.
If the amount of amniotic fluid in pregnant women is less, pregnant women can drink more soya-bean milk, or drink more soup or plain boiled water at ordinary times. If necessary, infusion is needed to supplement amniotic fluid. If the amount of amniotic fluid in pregnant women is too much, it is also abnormal, which means that there may be intrauterine hypoxia or malformation in the fetus. It is best to check it by amniocentesis. During amniocentesis, the excess amniotic fluid can also be extracted.
It’s 34 weeks pregnant now, and the fetus will be full-term in a month. The fetus may start at any time after full-term. During this period, we should observe all aspects of the fetus, and it is best to go to the hospital for a checkup once a week. If you feel uncomfortable, such as abdominal pain or vaginal bleeding, you must pay attention to it and actively go to the hospital for miscarriage prevention.