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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    mine were broken at the hospital with dd1,dd3 and ds
    they tried breaking dd2 waters and got nothing so not sure where hers went because they didn't break before I got to the hospital

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    In bed!

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    #1 was broken by the OB while I was on the labour ward already 8cm dilated.

    #2 broke while in the shower of the delivery suite. I had Bub 30min later.

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    Default Where did your waters break?

    Mine broke at home, at almost 42 weeks, as I got up to use to loo early in the morning. I remember hearing a distinct "pop" then a big gush of warm fluid. Which kept leaking throughout the day. DD born 36 hours later.

    Had absolutely no contractions before they broke and a very slow to start labour, was able to stay home for the first 22-ish hours before it really ramped up.

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    DS on the hospital bed getting my epidural and with DD all over the Obstetrician as he did an internal!

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    DS on the hospital bed getting my epidural and with DD all over the Obstetrician as he did an internal!
    High fives! Mine broke as the midwife was doing an internal.. She had to change her shoes haha! I was 10cm and ready to push.

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    At home on the toilet at 37w5d. Which was lucky as there was meconium

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    #1 at the hospital about 20 minutes before DS1 was born. In the bathroom but I didn't know/remember it happened, DF had to tell me.

    #2 At the hospital approx 20 mins before DS2 was born. I was sitting on the bed and felt something funny so went to the bathroom to check.

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    Dd1- they broke as the were pulling me out of the ambulance at the hospital. I had been having contractions 3 mins apart for about half an hour (they started 5 mins apart half an hour prior to that).

    Dd2- broke just as the midwife was about to do an internal after telling me I wasnt in labour because my contractions weren't registering on the CTG. Dd2 was born an hour later.

    Dd3- broke with my 1st contraction at home, she was born 30 mins later

    Dd4- no idea! Even the midwife wasnt sure when they broke as there wasn't a lot of fluid to begin with when I went into labour. She *thinks* they broke as dd4 crowned.

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    Breaking on the OB certainly gave us all a good laugh! I was his first patient of the morning too


 

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