Polyhydraminos And Uterus Size

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Roland - May 17

My wife was recently diagnosed with polyhydraminos and is in her 31st week. This basically means that there is too much amniotic fluid that is being produced. I would like to be able to track the size of her uterus to figure out if the volume is increasing. I know the doctor measure certain things to figure out the size, I am just not sure exactly what is being measured. It seems our doctor is not worried, but after I did my research it seems like about 20% of the time this is due to a birth defect. Somehow being involved seems like it would lessen my sense of helplessness and some of the worries that my wife is having.

 

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