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    My first I think was born in her sac and as she came out it burst.
    Then with my second it burst (fricken exploded really!!) about 10 min before he was born after 4 hours of full on labour. The middy was pretty gun shy as I was on all fours and... Well let's just say it wasn't pretty but sweet relief

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    37 weeks mine broke at 3am while i was sleeping, it was a kind of 'pop' sound/feeling like when a waterballoon breaks haha, nothing came out until i moved my legs and then it was a big woosh like someone tipped water on me

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    I was in bed and needed to pee. Came back to bed and as I laid down I felt like I had a bit of a period starting, warm coming from that area, not like pee. Got up to go check and made it 4 steps until I felt huge pressure, kinda like gastro pain and that urgency, and I knew something was going down. Made it to the shower and they GUSHED. Contractions kicked in straight away and waters were going for my entire labour


 

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