It is not uncommon to have lower levels of amniotic fluid at 32 weeks of pregnancy. While the exact cause can vary, it is often due to factors such as dehydration, certain medical conditions, or a problem with the placenta. It's important to note that having less amniotic fluid does not necessarily mean there is a problem with your baby's health or development. However, it is essential to monitor the situation closely and follow any recommendations from your healthcare provider. They may suggest additional tests or ultrasounds to assess the well-being of your baby and ensure they are receiving adequate nourishment. In some cases, increasing your fluid intake or undergoing an amnioinfusion procedure may be necessary to replenish the amniotic fluid levels. Remember to discuss any concerns or questions you have with your healthcare provider for personalized guidance and support throughout your pregnancy journey.