Waters broke as first sign of spontaneous labour at 38+2. 20 mins later contractions started.
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05-06-2012 20:21 #31
05-06-2012 21:02 #32
41 weeks - spontaneous - waters broke during labour (about 8 hours in from memory). Started to have a show around the same time.
05-06-2012 21:02 #33
Water didn't break and birth at 42w
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05-06-2012 21:52 #34
40+ 6 and waters never broke.. The midwife broke them well onto advanced labour.
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05-06-2012 22:04 #35Senior Member
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DD1 no - delivered early, waters broke during labour
DD2 yes - delivered early, waters broke 15 mins before labour
DD3 yes (sortof) - delivered early, waters broke with an audible pop and labour started immediately, with baby emerging 13 minutes later.
DD4 no - delivered late, waters broke during labour
DD5 no - delivered late, waters broke during labour
DD6 no - delivered on time, extended labour and I think the waters needed to be manually broken but they weren't, when the waters finally broke baby emerged three contraction later.
DD7 no - delivered late, waters broke during labour, perfect textbook delivery
06-06-2012 06:04 #36-
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DS1 water broke at 36.6 wks....was induced about 3 hrs later
DD2 40+1 water broke just b4 labor, lost show about 4 days b4
06-06-2012 06:54 #37
Dd1 waters were broken to progress labour....and boy did it work!
DS waters broke on their own 3hours into the 4 hour labour. Weirdest feeling!
Dd2 my waters never broke, or were broken!!!!
She was born with her waters intact. Quite rare I'm told, and means she is lucky historically.
My hubby said it looked very weird her coming out like that.
06-06-2012 07:06 #38
DD1 - 31w waters broke (exploded everywhere) as I was pushing, all over the midwife :-) she arrived about 2 mins later.
Dd2 - 36w had been in prelabour for 2 weeks and went to hospital after 2 reasonably painful contractions at home. doc broke water as I was 6cm and it was 10pm at night. He was worried that if bub was born during the night there may not be any specialists on hand in case of bub needing help. She was born 45 mins later.
DS - water broke at home after 2 huge contractions. He arrived in the ambulance about 20 mins later.
06-06-2012 07:24 #39
My waters broke at around 4pm at 40+1. Contractions had still not started by 8 the next morning so I was induced via the drip and he was born at 6:30 that night.
06-06-2012 07:37 #40-
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Where are all the stories about the women whose water broke whilst out shopping or in church? Haha I'm expecting my first and have absolutely no idea what is the norm.....
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