I don't have experience of this nc060 but am just wondering what stage of pregnancy you are at? I think that will affect the situation. I am pretty much due and my fluid levels are being monitored because of gestational diabetes - I know that low levels now may indicate placental failure but am not sure about earlier in the pregnancy.
I had twins in 2012 and throughout my pregnancy their amniotic fluid levels were fine, however, at a routine scan at 34 weeks they found twin1 had no fluid at all. This happened in 2 weeks as at my 32 week scan all was fine.
They delivered the babies the next day and both were fine apart from the twin with no amniotic fluid having an infection and needing antibiotics in the NICU.
I had this at 32 weeks. Repeat scam at 34 weeks and it was well within normal. It can fluctuate and as pp said, it can replenish itself. Same thing happened to a friend - I think it's quite common. Try not to worry.
Thanks Appointment was neither good nor bad, there has been no change since Tuesday. Baby is fine jsut now but is concerned about it being too low when Juniors lungs start to develop in about 10 weeks time so just going to keep monitoring it. I drink quite a lot anyway but have been making a big effort to drink more water/diluting juice and cut out all fizzy aswell. Feel relieved to have today over with and waiting for next scan next Thursday to see if any change. On the plus side I get to see baby more than most mummies(all be it not for good reasons)