Learn More About Polyhydramnios
Everything you need to know about Polyhydramnios including the signs, symptoms, risks, diagnosis, testing, treatment, monitoring, labor and delivery, and statistics surrounding it.
Amniotic Fluid Index, AFI, is the sum total measurement of the deepest pocket of amniotic fluid in each of the four quadrants of your uterus.
Some of the risks of Polyhydramnios include preterm labor, premature ROM, cord prolapse, fetal malpresentation, and maternal hemorrhage.
Following a Polyhydramnios diagnosis, routine testing should include a GTT, NSTs, BPPs, and growth scans, with additional testing in more severe cases.
Recommended delivery guidelines for mild, moderate, and severe Polyhydramnios, both idiopathic and with known maternal or fetal complications.
If you’ve been diagnosed with Polyhydramnios, you probably have a lot of questions. Use our guide to help you get the right ones answered.
Polyhydramnios is a concerning diagnosis that most often leaves moms with more questions than answers, like what does Polyhydramnios indicate, and should I be worried about having too much amniotic fluid?
Do not go through Polyhydramnios alone. This is a growing list of online support groups and helpful social media accounts to follow.
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