Im pregnant with my 2nd son and im sue December 4th. I was admitted to the hospital for low fluid and after several bags of IV fluid i was aloud to go home on strict bedrest. I have an appointment on Monday and if my uid is low again they will transfer me to a new hospital.Do you think they will induce me before 40 weeks if my fluid is low again?
It is possible but I think they will try to keep the baby in as long as possible. Just take it easy and let that baby grow. They will do what ever it takes to keep the baby and you safe. Let us know what happens.
Thank you! I will keep everyone posted. Ive been leaking lots of watery fluid it wasnt amniotic on Monday but even laying down im still having watery discharge. Im hoping my fluid level.doesnt go back to 6cm again
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