FAQ - Fetal Membranes, Premature Rupture
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Has anyone know or had a premature rupture of membranes cause by villositis bacteria?


Has anyone know somebody who had a premature rupture of membranes cause by villositis bacteria in the placenta?
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yes it caused my waters to break and have my daughter at 27 weeks and caused her whole body to have infections like lung and blood infections it nearly killed her.  (+ info)

Can missed contractions cause premature rupture of membranes?


I had contractions for 3 days straight..I thought it was round ligament pain but unfortunetly I went on the third day of contractions *I DIDNT KNOW )= * And the doctor couldnt stop labor from happeningg=( On the fourth day I lost my baby at 23 weeks gestation...If I would have gone before could they have prevented it?

thanks=(
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They can only hold off contractions for 2 days maximum, after that they have to let nature take its course.

My waters broke at 29 weeks and i was in hospital and given injections to prevent labour but after 2 days they cant give you anymore and i laboured very quickly.

Unfortunately if the body is ready to go into labour there is nothing that can be done.

Please try not to beat yourself up about this thinking what if....

I speak from experience and my baby also died at 29 weeks after my waters broke then labour kicked in.

Look after yourself hun. x  (+ info)

pls premature rupture of membranes only 22 weeks?


I am concerned my membranes have ruptured I am not leaking any fluid but the last time I urinated it was hardly Yellow and mostly clear also my belly looks smaller than before. My baby is still very active and moving around but I am fearful. has anyone experienced this what were your symptoms?
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call your dr and ask. To help ease your mind.. If it did they have a procedure to try and fix the leak(kinda like a water bed fix). We have someone in our hospital that had ruptured membranes for over 9wks before they induced labor. she was on bed rest in hospital and monitored very closely for infection and fetal stress the whole time, but she made it to 34wks and baby was healthy.  (+ info)

Does anyone know what are the chances of having a second premature rupture of membranes?


2 months ago I had a preterm labor at 22 weeks, I did'n had any syntoms, only one morning I was cramping and when I went to the bathroom I notice that my water broke, I went to the hospital and they did confirm that my water had broke. My Dr said it was cause by a bacteria (villositis, chorioaminionitis) by have no idea why this happend. Does anyone have gone thru this before, I will like to try again, but I'm afraid it will happen again.
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My friend just went through that. It is possible for it to happen again. Her doctor told her she would need to have a cerclage put in place as soon as she got pregnant again to prevent preterm dialation.  (+ info)

How common is premature rupture of membranes?


Not very, although I couldnt find an actual statistic.

My 1st was born at 37 weeks, without premature rupture of membranes.

My 2nd was born at 36 weeks, after premature and prolonged rupture of membranes (43 hours from water breaking, to start of labor, and another 6 hours before birth) A hospital would have c-sectioned me after 24 hours of ruptured membranes, but I had a natural labor and birth with midwives instead. (wonderful experience, btw)

Oh, and both my babies were totally healthy, aside from a lil jaundice which is normal, despite being "early"  (+ info)

possible premature rupture of membranes?


I am 31 weeks pregnant today. I am taking medication for contractions on a need be basis. Today after laying on the couch for an hour I got up (and here comes the gross part) and I was wet through my undies and pants. I would say roughly an ounce or so of fluid. Since then no contractions and no more fluid. It was not pee and it was clear and watery. What might this be, it has been about 2 hours since it happened.
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YOU WERE SUPPOSED TO GO TO THE HOSPITAL. YOU RUN THE RISK OF GETTING A BACTERIAL INFECTION AND PASSING IT TO YOUR BABY. GO GET CHECKED. ASAP  (+ info)

what system /organ in the body involved when there's premature rupture of membranes??


i mean, when a person has a congestive heart failure, of course the organ involve is the HEART. how about the rupture of membranes?! what organ involve?! i know that this only happened to a pregnant woman.
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The "membranes" is the amniotic sac that surrounds the developing fetus in the uterus. rupture of the membranes is the same as when a woman's water brakes. Premature rupture is when they break and the woman/baby is not ready to go into labor.  (+ info)

Can pPROM (premature rupture of membranes) happen again?


Thanks for helping me!
I lost my baby boy at 23 weeks due to PPROM and delivered him vaginally.
My doctor said that it shouldnt happen again but im PARANOID! He told me to wait 3 cycles and then I can conceive againn..BUT What if I go into preterm labor again =(
This happened 5 weeks ago.
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I had premature rupture of membranes with my baby..but where are they :/?


I know its a stupid question, but I was wondering iwhiere are the membranes in the uterus??
Does anybody have a website or anything?

thanks
0hh okk :) thanks
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Basically it is the sac that surrounds the baby, and it kind of looks like a balloon with water and the baby inside, and the placenta is a part of that balloon. The placenta is attached to the uterus and the membranes are attached to the placenta.  (+ info)

why do you check fetal heart tones after the rupture of membranes?


To see if the baby is under stress. If the baby's heart rate drops a lot during contractions and stays low, that could mean that there is a problem, and they may have to do a c-section.
I have two little girls, and have had it done during labor both times.  (+ info)

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