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  1. Hello Dear,

    Thank you for writing to us at MediMetry.

    Decreased placental blood supply and oxygenation, high blood pressure, APLA POSITIVE, fetal anomalies, placental abruption or abnormal position can cause reduced liquor. We try to look for the possible cause by monitoring, investigations and Ultrasound.

    Options available with us are rest, amino acids infusions, hydration, oxygen therapy, increased dietary proteins, control of blood pressure and other causes by drugs. We advice the maximum a client can take. Different studies have shown role of different therapies in improving the results though can't comment on how much a particular therapy be beneficial to the particular patient. Response may vary from patient to patient also. So take as much you can comfortably and stay stress-free. Monitoring up to safe period should be strict.

    Hope this answers your query. Feel free to write back to us with follow-up questions.
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