I had a gush about palm sized and clear unlike the usual quarter size white discharge (sorry for the details, truly) could my water have broken?? I haven't felt anything else yet but am due in 8 days so this could be it!!! I', not sure how much fluid comes out with a water breaking! THANKS!!!
Ty (31) Gena (29) Big brother Orion (11) Charlie Mae (EDD 10/31) it's a girl!!!
it could def. be your water I had this delima this mornig and still waiting on dr to call me but..with your due date being so close I go to labor and delivery and be checked out ...with my first I just had a small tear in my "waters" and it was just a small dripping and I had her 11 hours later. im was 9 days early with her. For ever women its differnt.
I had a small tear and just kept having little gushes. I thought that was probably it, but didn't really "know." It did really break a few hours later, so then there was no question! I was 9 days early.
I'd go get checked out. Good luck!!!
Heather (29), Josh (30), DD1 (3 1/2), DD2 (1 1/2), Baby boy EDD Feb 1st!!!!
thanks good luck to you too....like I said atleast call the doctor because I had my first at 9 days early I only knew I was in labor because my water leaked lol not completly broke just leaked lol..and I didnt feel my conntractions untill i was 6 cm....So better safe than sorry if you go too long with your water broke it can cause infection so no sex nothing lol untill your know!
yeah that what im going threw now but they said since shes so large it wont make a difference if I lay down because I have a hind tear where the tear is behind the babys head and only leaks when she moves enough for it to leak.
I know that I have a tear but I believe the the other women is trying to figure out if her water had broke and I explained to her that it could be a tear that gets pluged by the babys head and the best bet is to go and have it checked.
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