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    Default Oligohydramnios in subsequent pregnancies

    Hi all I had oligohydramnios (low fluid) with dd born last year with an AFI of 3. We are starting to think of ttc number 2 in a few months and just wondering how many people have had this again in their next pregnancies and was it worse or earlier etc? TIA

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    I had this with DD (she was my first), I got to 5 and they decided to induce me but I also had high BP. I then had DS 17 months later and no problems at all, everything went smoothly. I am due early July with number 3 so interested to see if I have any issues but after last time I am thinking it was just a fluke thing for me.


 

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