Hey everyone....with my first boy i was 5 days overdue...
with my second little boy i was having contraction now and then from 33 weeks and when every i had sex with my partner i would have contractions after and i lost my plug at 36 weeks and my waters broke at 37 weeks and had to be induced 2 days later..
What do you think the chances are of my waters breaking early again..? just a bit worried
My sister and mum had all there little one's early my mums youngest was born at 26 weeks....iv got extra scan's booked cause last baby was small../
You can never tell what's going to happen, my first born was 5 days overdue - my waters broke and he was born 16 hrs later! With my 2nd my waters did not break but went into labour at 39 wks - no idea when my waters went with her.
No idea hun, my waters broke at 23 weeks and an hour later i had them both, but that was a risk of carrying multiples. This time round their measuring my cervix and keeping a close eye and so far so good.
Every pregnancy is different. There is no prematuity in our family, mine just happened x
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