Evaluation Of Amniotic Fluid By Ultrasound In Oligohydromnia Managed By Oral Maternal Rehydation In 2nd And 3rd Trimesters In Mosul City
Abeer Wali Ahmed, Hana Abdul-QaderKhuder, Dalya Mudhafar Abdulrahman
Amniotic fluid is an important component that engulfs the fetus inside the mother's womb. Oligohydramnios, means abnormally decreased in the amount of amniotic fluid It has a risk to the fetus during pregnancy, afect about 1 to 2 percent of pregnancies, iatrogenic preterm causes illness and death to the fetus before delivery. Operative deliveries are risky for both the fetus and the mother. They might cause problems due to some of the commonly known factors or Oligohydramnios association could be identified, there could be some other unknown factors that are termed “Isolated Oligohydramnios”. Amniotic fluid's rate of evolution could serve as an indicator to how the fetus is growing, it can provide protection, and it helps predict the gender of the newborn. The mother should undertake a hydration therapy in order to improve her amniotic fluid and the fetus well been. Drinking good amounts of water found to be helpful in increasing the amniotic fluid volume without using any other supplements. The sonographic evaluation for all patients with oligohydramnios were reviewed to determine whether sonographically detectable fetal anomalies were present, and when these anomalies were present, how this information was used in maternal fetal management.