View Poll Results: Waters broke before or during labour/Early or late or on due date

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  • Were your Waters broken manually?

    14 35.00%
  • did your waters break before labour started?

    22 55.00%
  • Did you deliver early?

    17 42.50%
  • Did you deliver Late?

    21 52.50%
  • Did you deliver on your due date?

    4 10.00%
  • Did you loose your show?

    19 47.50%
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    Default POLL - did your waters break before labour started and did you give birth early/late?

    Our Due in Group has had lots of early labours and we were all wondering where the statistics come from as to how many women's water's break before birth and how many have bub's early/late. So while i'm lying in bed i thought i would start a poll

    How many of you have had waters broken once labour has started?
    How many had their waters break before labour started?
    Were you early?
    Were you late?

    Thanks ladies

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    DS1 40+3 spontaneous, waters broken manually a the very begining of labour, no show.

    DS2 40+3 spontaneous, waters broken manually at the very end of labour before he passed my cervix was born 4 min later, no show.

    DD 42+5 spontaneous, waters broke as she was born I had a show a few days before.

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    39+3 Spontaneous, no show, waters broke (*TMI*mucous plug rode out on a wave of meconium stained waters), contractions started a couple of hours later.

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    There isn't an option for me as my waters didn't break at all, DS was born In the caul.

    I lost my plug just under 24 hours of giving birth, 3 days early.

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    39+1 spontaneous, waters broke 8 hours before first contraction.

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    41+3 was induced, midwife accidentally broke my waters when checking to see how far dialated I was...hurt like hell to when she did it!

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    With DD1 my waters were artificially ruptured after labour had started spontaneously.
    With DD2 my waters broke (trickled) before labour started and contractions started minutes later.
    Both girls were early (DD1 at 38+6 and DD2 at 39).

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    DS 41+2 - waters ruptured spontaneously the night before I was due to be induced and DS was born 9 hours later (contractions didn't start until 2 hours after waters broke)
    Lost the plug a week before
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    Hi,

    I arrived at the hospital at 5cms dilated, on my due date, at 10:30am. I agreed to have my waters broken at 11am, and DS arrived at 5:00pm on his due date.

    I vividly remember telling my midwife that "I told my obstetrician I would have this baby on my due date!"

    Oh and I had mu 'show' at 9am the day before, contractions (very very mild) started from about lunch time. Contractions that were noticeable started from about 2am my due date.

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    DD came on her due date, i had what i was thinking may be my first cxn, then BAM at the end of this first, moderate sort of cxn my waters broke! Labour got intense from there and DD was born 2hrs 30mins later!

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