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Q: How much is normal amniotic fluid at full term pregnancy?
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What is the normal amount of amniotic fluid in a full term pregnancy?

The amniotic fluid volume is estimated by measuring pockets of amniotic seen in ultrasound. It is then expressed as the amniotic fluid index (AFI). A normal AFI at full-term would be from 5-25 centimeters. To put it into liquid volume measure, there is typically around 800 - 1000 mL during the latter parts of pregnancy.


What is the medical term meaning fluid-filled sac that holds the fetus?

The fetus is held in the amniotic sac, which is full of amniotic fluid. The sac is in the womb.


Why do the lungs appear to be collapsed in the fetus?

They are full of amniotic fluid and, until birth, have not been inflated.


I just found out I was pregnant I have had one eptopic pregnancythen a normal pregnancy that went full term and now another eptopic pregnancy Can I still have a normal full term pregnancy?

Yes-you can still have a normal full term pregnancy.


Why is your transmission fluid low when warm but full when hot?

That is normal. The fluid expands when heated.That is normal. The fluid expands when heated.


Can you hear the puppies inside the female dog?

No, unborn pups cannot vocalize because their lungs are full of amniotic fluid.


Is it normal if your pregnancy test was positive but you lighly spotted?

Yes, this is normal. A lot of women have a full period for their entire pregnancy.


Amniotic fluid?

DefinitionAmniotic fluid is a clear, slightly yellowish liquid that surrounds the unborn baby (fetus) during pregnancy. It is contained in the amniotic sac.InformationWhile in the womb, the baby floats in the amniotic fluid. The amount of amniotic fluid is greatest at about 34 weeks (gestation ) into the pregnancy, when it averages 800 mL. Approximately 600 mL of amniotic fluid surrounds the baby at full term (40 weeks gestation).The amniotic fluid constantly moves (circulates) as the baby swallows and "inhales" the fluid, and then releases, or "exhales," the fluid through urine.The amniotic fluid helps:The developing baby to move in the womb, which allows for proper bone growthThe lungs to develop properlyKeep a relatively constant temperature around the baby, protecting from heat lossProtect the baby from outside injury by cushioning sudden blows or movementsAn excessive amount of amniotic fluid is called polyhydramnios. This condition can occur with multiple pregnancy (twins or triplets), congenital anomalies (problems that exist when the baby is born), or gestational diabetes.An abnormally small amount of amniotic fluid is known as oligohydramnios. This condition may occur with late pregnancies, ruptured membranes, placental dysfunction, or fetal abnormalities.Abnormal amounts of amniotic fluid may cause the health care provider to watch the pregnancy more carefully. Removal of a sample of the fluid, through amniocentesis, can provide information about the sex, health, and development of the fetus.ReferencesRoss MG, Ervin MG, Novak D. Fetal physiology. In: Gabbe SG, Niebyl JR, Simpson JL, eds. Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies. 5th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Elsevier Churchill Livingstone; 2007:chap 2.Gilbert WM. Amniotic fluid disorders. In: Gabbe SG, Niebyl JR, Simpson JL, eds. Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies. 5th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Elsevier Churchill Livingstone; 2007:chap 31.Cunnigham FG, Leveno KL, Bloom SL, et al . Fetal growth and development. In: Cunnigham FG, Leveno KL, Bloom SL, et al, eds. Williams Obstetrics. 22nd ed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill; 2005:chap 4.


Not having contration at 37 weeks of your pregnancy is normal?

Yes, its normal not to have contractions yet. 37 weeks is considered "full term" but a full term pregnancy is 37-42 weeks.


What structure protects the baby from minor bumps that could otherwise cause harm?

The amniotic sac is full of amniotic fluid and suspends the baby in the uterus. It also provides a kind of bumper or shock absorber to protect the baby from impact.


Can a woman carry pregnancy to full term with one kidney?

A person can live a completely normal life with only one kidney, and I assume that would mean a full-term pregnancy, too.


Do you carry a baby for 10 months?

A normal full term pregnancy is approximately 9 months for a human.

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