Leaking fluid at 30 weeks

Discussion in 'Gestational Complications' started by Mommyluv2, Oct 8, 2013.

  1. Mommyluv2

    Mommyluv2 Member

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    I started leaking fluids at my daughters birthday party a little over a week ago. I had gone to a hospital that told me my amniotic sac would heal itself if I rested. I knew then they had no idea what they were talking about. I have been having contractions but not in active labor. I just feel like something is wrong. I can't get any answers anywhere I go to get checked out though. Anyone start leaking fluids this early? What happened? What should I do? I'm so lost... Today my pants got soaked and I know I wasn't peeing myself... Idk if I should try a different hospital or what.
     
  2. Elijahs Mummy

    Elijahs Mummy Single WTTer

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    I think you should get another opinion because like you said you're still leaking. Best of luck :)
     
  3. teenpregnant

    teenpregnant Mummy of 1

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    I would also go somewhere else to get checked, maybe l&d and get checked out? Hope all works out ok! X
     
  4. Mommyluv2

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    I think I might call my doctor today and see what she says. It was already too late yesterday. I just can't get this out of my head. I just feel like something's not right. I will just go to the hospital I went to when I went into preterm labor with my daughter if she says to go anywhere. I need a new opinion and they did everything in their power to help me with my last pregnancy. I'm just so worried I'll get turned down again.
     
  5. teenpregnant

    teenpregnant Mummy of 1

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    Mothers instinct is the best one! If you feel something is not right demand to be seen and assessed. I really hope they listen to you this time around x
     

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