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Originally Posted by mehndi mama
My water broke this morning (YAY!!!!!!!!!!!), but the baby keeps moving and letting fluid gush. I normally don't go into active labor for a good 24-36 hours after a spontaneous rupture (I've had this happen twice before), so I know this little one needs to stay safe & healthy in there for a while longer.
Tell me it's okay for my fluids to gush periodically! It usually happens when I stand up, lay on my side, or use the toilet. The fluid is a nice clear color, lots of milky vernix coming out, and the baby is still quite active, especially when I ask hir to move, so I know the baby is just fine.
Should I be doing anything other than go about my day, making sure I drink plenty of water to keep the fluids replenished? Any other things I might be on the lookout for?
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