That sounds scary. I know it would be nice to have her out where you can see what's going on, but you can bet they're going to be keeping an eye on her via ultrasounds to make sure she has enough fluid.
Did they give you a number, I know you could look up just how low it is. Or that might just stress you out (more).
Keep yourself very hydrated, and I think cutting out salts can help (?), but I don't have any personal experience.
Hoping for the best and that your little girl can bake a bit longer!
I keep deleting my response bc I am going back and forth in my head on whether I should share this with you (I used to hate hearing warnings when I was pregnant)....but I think it is important, so here goes.
I am going to tell you my experience, but please do not panic. I am simply sharing this so that you understand why the Dr's want to keep an eye on you.
On the day that I had my son, they did a fluid check and sent me to the hospital immediately for induction when they found I was very low on fluids. When induction wasn't working quick enough, they sent me in for C-Section.
Being low on fluids can be very dangerous. If you were at a dangerous level, I would think your Dr. would admit you right away. The fluids help keep the cord "floating". It keeps the cord lubricated enough to slip around in there and around your baby. Without the fluids, the cord can get tangled. That is what happened to my son. When they finally got him out, he had to be resuscitated (?? not sure if that is the right word since he never really breathed before??) There was an issue with meconium that they suspected was due to the cord / stress etc.
Drinking LOTS of water helps keep your fluids up. If they are monitoring you and you are keeping kick counts, you will be fine. Stay relaxed.
I also want to point out that the Dr's think my water had broken on Saturday, and that my body reabsorbed it (baby's head acted as a plug). I did not have him until 11pm Monday night. So he survived more than two days with low fluids.
@missmama5 - you and the little one will be just fine - the Dr's are watching you. Call them if you are worried - that is what they are there for.