They didn't!! Both ds1 and ds2 were born in the sac so waters broken after they were born before midwife handed them to me :-)
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25-06-2012 17:35 #21
25-06-2012 17:46 #22
I never experienced my waters breaking. It happened either in the shower at home or in the bath at the hospital.
25-06-2012 17:46 #23Junior Member
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asleep in bed, then jumped out of bed at 3am thinking i had just peed myself
25-06-2012 17:48 #24
In shower at hospital
25-06-2012 17:48 #25
25-06-2012 17:52 #26
first time during labour and the next 2 times i was in bed asleep.and felt the urge to pee and got up and water gushed everywhere.
you only live once...
but if you do it right ~ once is enough.
25-06-2012 17:55 #27
I was asleep on the couch at 4.30 (neighbours were having a party), I woke up, jumped up off the couch and there was this huge gush. DS was born 76 hours later!
25-06-2012 17:55 #28
25-06-2012 18:00 #29
I have only had my waters break once on me and I was in bed asleep , woke up with contractions and felt like I need to pee so got up out of bed to go to the toilet and then pop - water all over the carpet!!! Ooooppps
25-06-2012 18:04 #30
In bed, I was asleep then felt a huge gush. Hopped into shower, another big gush. DH drove me to hospital, they had to told me to put on a pad and come in, not that the pad did much good, more gushing in the car, I had a towel underneath me in the car, had so much fluid I had to hold the towel up between my knees and the water was pooled between my legs!! Got out of the car at the hospital, midwife waiting for me with a wheelchair, more gushing as I stood up, we stood there laughing because it was just pouring out in the carpark. Had to stand and wait for it to finish. Thank goodness it was midnight so only one other person to witness it! Midwife thought it was quite funny.
I was just glad it happened at night because I'd been out shopping all day and given how much fluid I lost I would have died if that had happened at the shops!!!!
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