During pregnancy, the most afraid of amniotic fluid is too much, too little, and turbidity. Do you know all the secrets of amniotic fluid

With the continuous progress of the times, more and more pregnant mothers are aware of the importance of physical changes during pregnancy. Many novice pregnant mothers will learn about pregnancy before pregnancy, of which amniotic fluid is very important. Pregnant mothers must know more about this knowledge. < / P > < p > amniotic fluid directly affects the development and growth of fetus in vivo. So, what kind of material is amniotic fluid and how does it affect our fetus? These secrets of amniotic fluid, pregnant mother must know. < / P > < p > the biggest function of amniotic fluid in pregnant women’s body is to provide a safe space for the fetus, protect the fetus from the impact of external collision, at the same time, it can also provide a constant temperature of the fetus, regulate the body fluid balance of the fetus, and create a convenient place for the fetus. When pregnant women are in labor, amniotic fluid can transmit pressure to the cervix and form an anterior amniotic sac before the fetal head is exposed, which can expand the cervix, the outer mouth and the vagina and reduce the damage caused by the long-term exposure of the limbs to the maternal tissue. < / P > < p > amniotic fluid is a kind of colorless and transparent alkaline fluid in the amniotic cavity, of which more than 90% is water, in addition to minerals, urea, uric acid, creatinine, fetal fat and fetal epithelial cells. < / P > < p > under normal circumstances, the amount of amniotic fluid will increase with the increasing time of pregnancy, generally about 800 ml at term, and about 1000 ml at 38 weeks of pregnancy. < / P > < p > if the amount of amniotic fluid exceeds 2000 ml during pregnancy, it belongs to polyhydramnios. When encountering this kind of situation, it will make the uterus swell, and cause a series of symptoms, such as shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat, indigestion and so on. Too much amniotic fluid is likely to lead to fetal floating in the abdomen, malposition and other issues. < / P > < p > when the amount of amniotic fluid is & lt; 300ml, it is called oligohydramnios. In this case, pregnant women will feel pain due to frequent fetal movements, and their abdominal circumference and height of uterine fundus are less than the month of pregnancy, which leads to limited fetal movement and difficult natural rotation. At the same time, it may lead to prolonged pregnancy. Less amniotic fluid, love into thick and yellow green, serious can lead to fetal hypoxia. Most of the time, it is likely that amniotic fluid deficiency leads to fetal malformation. If there is oligohydramnios in early pregnancy, the fetal surface is likely to stick with amniotic membrane; if there is oligohydramnios in late pregnancy, the fetal skin will be more dry. < / P > < p > amniotic fluid turbidity refers to amniotic fluid pollution, which may be caused by meconium entering amniotic fluid. This may be due to fetal distress caused by umbilical cord entanglement, pregnancy induced hypertension and other diseases, resulting in meconium into amniotic fluid pollution. The occurrence of amniotic fluid turbidity indicates that the fetus may have hypoxia in the uterus and need to rely on oxygen to supplement oxygen. At this time, pregnant women should go to the hospital in time to find a professional doctor for treatment. < / P > < p > for these little secrets of amniotic fluid, pregnant mothers must know, and it’s better not to be careless in daily life. Only by knowing more about this aspect can we cope with changes with constancy. Ensure the life safety of yourself and the fetus. HEALTHY LIFE