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    Waters broke (gushed!!!) in bed at 3.30am. Contractions didn't start til about 5am. Baby arrived at 8.51am.

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    Waters broke at 6am (4.5 weeks early).

    I was getting ready to go to work, had been to the toilet and walked out of ensuite to get stuff ready for a shower when it gushed. Rang DH who asked if I was sure! Large puddle on the ensuite floor, so I was sure. Ended up emmergency CS and bub was born at 9.30pm that same night

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    Dd1- about 8ish in the morning she was born the next day at 7:07 in the evening

    Dd2 - was having mild contractions that started at around lunch time while at my hospital appt , by the evening were a bit more intense went to hospital and then home again , contractions stopped for the night then started again the next day once I was up and about then went to bed that night at 10:30ish woke from contractions that were about 4 min apart got out of bed to go to the toilet and had my waters break!!

    Ds - booked c section

    Dd3 - booked c section

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    Labour only started for me once but was stopped because it was only 26 weeks. They started aound 2:30pm

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    My waters broke at 3am. No trigger as I was asleep and woke up feel my waters starting to leak.

    Labour didn't start until I was induced at 11am. Had DD at 7.35pm.

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    1:30pm. I had been having irregular contractions and pre-labour for a while so I took a panadeine to relax my uterus a bit and that helped establish regular contractions.

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    Mine started 5pm with my first and had bub at 12:14am the next day

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    Ds1 I went into labour at 7am ish and had him at 10:10am
    Ds2 I had my waters broken at 11:30am and had him 5:35pm
    Dd I went into labour at about 5am and had her at 5:26pm
    Ds3 I went into labour at 9am and had him at 10:56am lol
    All day time labours and births
    Not going to try for a night labour and birth though!

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    I woke with contractions at about 1am, woke DH at about 2am, water broke at about 3.30-4am, was at hospital at 6am and had DS at 11.58am. OP examined me at about 9am said everything was progressing fine and he would see me at about 5pm for the actuall birth, boy was he wrong thank god!

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    5am for both of my girls


 

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