i have a question my sister in law is 36 week preg. and she said that friday not she think her water broke and i told her im sure it was just you peeing b/c you would be in labor she told me that it can break and some may never go in labor the has been 2 days now and she wont go to the dr... has anyone heard of this she likes to be a drama queen just wondering i have 2 kids and 9 months preg with our 3rd and never heard of this so just wondering thanks ladiesAnswer Question
Answer by Anonymous at 10:52 AM on Jun. 20, 2010
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Answer by carmadsmom at 11:43 AM on Jun. 20, 2010
It's called PROM or pPROM if it's premature. PROM happens with about 10% of pregnancies, so not too common, bnut not that UNcommon, either.
I had it for over a week (at 40 weeks) and LOTS of women have it longer and/or earlier. It is not necessarily dangerous.
* But mom should be informed about how to stay safe & watch for dangers (infection, prolapse...)
Does she know to watch her temperature, is baby engaged & vertex, to watch for the cord, and avoid vaginal exams ?
Answer by doulala at 12:07 PM on Jun. 20, 2010
"She's gonna end up killing her baby and putting herself in danger if her water broke and its been 2 days. I mean think about it if my dr sends me to the hospital to have my baby just because my water was a little low how dangerous do you think it will be if she broke her water. Tell her to go!"
How did women ever survive before OBs and hospitals ?
Answer by doulala at 12:09 PM on Jun. 20, 2010
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