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What is Amniotic Fluid Leakage?

Description of the disease

Amniotic fluid leakage is a condition in which there is a slight leaking of the amniotic fluid from the cervix before the onset of labor. There can be various reasons for this condition, and it is important to know the symptoms and diagnose it correctly.


Amniotic fluid leakage is classified as primary (related to the integrity of the fetal membrane) and secondary (due to pathological conditions of the cervix).


The main symptoms of amniotic fluid leakage are slight fluid discharge from the vagina, often painless and odorless. Unpleasant sensations in the abdominal area may also occur.


Amniotic fluid leakage can be caused by various reasons, including congenital anomalies, inflammatory processes, trauma, and other conditions.


The diagnosis of amniotic fluid leakage is based on medical history, examination, ultrasound, and laboratory data.


The treatment of this condition depends on the cause and severity of the disease. In some cases, hospitalization and surgical procedures may be necessary.


Prevention of amniotic fluid leakage includes regular check-ups with a gynecologist and necessary tests and examinations.


If there is suspicion of amniotic fluid leakage, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist for the necessary examinations and treatment.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.