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    Dd2- they didn't break at all - dd2 was born with sac intact which they popped after she was coming out. Pretty cool to watch, they had giant welding like masks on in case it made a mess on them.

    Dd1- waters were accidentally broken by a useless OB during an internal. Well didn't that turn into a barrel of laughs- not.

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    Mine broke spontaneously in bed at about 5am, I woke up to this weird popping sensation and then stood up to try and figure out what it was then had to run to the toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    At home 5.5 hrs into labour.
    Then left for hospital. Had dd 45mins later. So 10cm pretty much straight after
    Same as me!

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    Mine were both PPROMs and broke unexpectedly on the couch and in bed. Thanks kids! 😫


 

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