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    Default Waters breaking

    Ok so with DS now 8months I had my waters break by themself, I know it's early days for me but I was wondering if anyone had their waters break once and then have it happen again or if it just luck of the draw??

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    I had mine broken by my Ob but a friend of mine had hers break spontaneously at 38 weeks for bubs 1 and 2. Bub 3 was an induction including ARM which unfortunately ended up in an emergency c-section.

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    Bubs 3 and 4 were induced, but my water broke right at 40 weeks for bubs 1 and 4.

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    Lol it looks promising then....
    I had a pretty bad experience with my induced labor with DD so I am already starting to freak.... And I have 36 weeks to go!!


 

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