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post #21 of 30
#1 AROM as I was pushing
#2 broke while pushing
#3 broke while pushing
post #22 of 30
With DS1 the OB broke my water to speed things along at 5cm (it had been a long labor).
With my 2nd my water broke on it's own at about 8 or 9 cm ... about 15-20 min before I pushed.
With my 3rd -induction- water was broken by OB around 8am ... DD born 2:30pm.
post #23 of 30
#1 water broke at 9.5cm
#2 water broke during transition, DD was born 1.5 hours later.
#3 water broke at the end of my labor again. was having semi-pushy ctx, water broke, DS2 was born 15 minutes later.
post #24 of 30
#1 and #3 my water broke while pushing (I only push once or twice and babe is born).

#2 was born in the caul.
post #25 of 30
ds1: water was broken by MW to help with pain at 8 cms...it really did make contractions more bearable for me.

ds2: brokem by OB around 8 cms...just 'cause I wanted it, remembering my first.

dd: water broke while pushing.
post #26 of 30
Broke during pushing with both.
post #27 of 30
I let them break the bag with #1 at 7 cm. Labor stopped. I vowed never to do that again.

#2 and #3 broke during pushing.

#4 broke two weeks before dd and 6 hrs before labor really got going. (DH didn't believe me when I jumped out of bed and told him my water broke!)
post #28 of 30
#1 AROM to start labor
#2 SROM followed by an induction the next day
#3 water broke and baby came out in the same push at 42w5d!
post #29 of 30
nope. for all 3 it broke during pushing
post #30 of 30
DD1- water was broke when I was 9 1/2 centimeters by the doctor
DD2- Water broke by itself and she was born 5 minutes or so later without pushing.
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