Sorry, x posted as i am really feeling deperate for any info anyone can give.
Has anyone got any experience or heard of this?
I am just under 15 weeks pregnant with twins and have been in hospital all night as the waters around one twin have broken. He/She still has a heartbeat at the moment, and the other twin is moving around well and has normal waters as they were in seperate sacs.
I am being admitted to hospital this morning, and the doctor didn't seem that hopeful, but said there is always a chance and if I can get to 23/24 weeks they can inject me with steroids and deliver the babies. They will keep me on anti biotics until then and scan me daily.
I am trying to remain hopeful, but I just wondered if anyone else has hear dof this or experienced it?
i am still in hospital and on antibiotics. doctors seem pessimistic but i am trying to keep hopeful but realistic. i will have another scan tomorrow and will know more then. for now, no more leaking, which means twin 2's waters are intact and that twin 1's membrane may have sealed or maybe the worst, but i am hoping the former obviously.
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