I have just been told that my fluid levels are low at 6.5cm. The baby is growing well but I need regular scans now. She is also still breech and unlikely to turn because of the lack of space and fluid. Looks like I'll definitely be having a c-section.
Has anyone else been told their fluid is low or had this in previous pregnancies? It's scared me a bit so positive stories would be good!!
I had that problem with my first child. I had to go back for more scans so they could monitor the fluid but by about 37 weeks, they were happy that I wasn't losing fluid and that I was just above the minimum amount. You shouldn't be worried cos they'll be monitoring you now and you'll get to see your baby and that'll give you peace of mind. There's not alot you can do about the fluid so stay positive and I hope it all turns out ok
Hey sweety, I dont have this but my cousin did - her baby was completely healthy and just needed to be monitored, which it looks like they're doing with you which is great. She did need a c section at 38 weeks. It's really not that bad and at least this way you will know the exact day you'll meet your little angel. Good luck!!
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