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    I was sitting on the hospital bed having a drink and felt like one of those drink n wet dolls, in one end, out the other. It was 9am, dd was born at 10.50am at 36w.

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    Mine had to be broken during labour but I heard it normally happens when you are lying down and relaxed - usually at night time. Obviously not always, but most of the time. Don't know if it's true or not!

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    1st baby 3am in my bed was a HUGE gush and a popping like a water balloon
    2nd I had my waters broken during an induction
    3rd they broke during mid contraction and pushing and sprayed all over the floor lol

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    I was laying in bed on a hot night still trying to get to sleep. Mine only trickled so was a bit unsure of what it was til rang hospital lol.

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    For those who's waters broke in bed, how did your bed hold up? Lol I've got a new bed and I freaking out I'm going to ruin it if my waters break in it!!

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    A few years back I got transferred from one centre to another to take over a room. The worker was 37w and finishing up completely. She was in the store room within our room collecting the rest of her belongings when her wster's broke. She had a lot too :/

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    Getting out of the car at the hospy. Luckily I had a pad on! Although there was barely any there, the MW thought it was just a leak, but it was all of it.

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    MInutes away from birthing a baby

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    I'd been in labour for 24hrs so I was enjoying sweet relief thanks to the epidural! I'd had it about an hour before and was just drifting off for a brief sleep and my waters exploded everywhere. As soon as that happened the pressure started and sleep was a pipe dream. The water had meconium in it so I was monitored closely and DD was born by forceps a few hours later when she started going into distress.

    Waters bursting is the weirdest feeling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spitthedummy View Post
    For those who's waters broke in bed, how did your bed hold up? Lol I've got a new bed and I freaking out I'm going to ruin it if my waters break in it!!

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    Can you get a mattress protector? The one I bought was like afitted sheet, material over the top and rubber on the bottom. Then just make the bed as normal. Keeps the mattress nice.

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