Hello, I am very new to this site- just found it today. I am currently 21 weeks pregnant and it was found at 18 weeks that I had very low amniotic fluid, though I was never told a number. At the time, the perinatologist told me that everything looked fine and there was no obvious reason for the low fluid so they said it was due to the placenta. I was tested for pPROM and the test was negative. I was put on bedrest for 2 weeks and then this past Tuesday I went back for an ultrasound. The perinatologist said I still have low fluid but now the kidneys look echogenic though there was a good amount of urine in the baby's bladder. The heartrate was good (157) and the baby's growth is on track. However, the baby's lungs aren't developing properly- pulmonary hypoplasia, I was encouraged to be induced but my husband and I refused. The doctors here seem very surprised that I don't plan on inducing at least until several weeks after viability unless I have to. Has anyone had experience with this?