When my water broke at 33 weeks, I was at the point where they wouldn't stop labour but if I didn't go into labour by 34 weeks, they would have induced. I cried when I was hospitalized thinking of my older daughter but really I couldn't have been on that level of bed rest at home with her. The room next to me had a woman with twins who had PPROM at 23 weeks and she was currently 29 weeks pregnant. In the NICU, I met several other women who's water had broken 22-24 weeks and as long as they could stop the contractions they could make it at least a month. One made it to almost 33 weeks.
DD1 July 2008 (41w3d)
November 2010 (13 weeks)
DD2 August 2011 (33w5d)
I'm definitely glad I'm here but miss dd. I've been on bed rest 14 weeks at home and its hard to watch her being taken care of but I could see her too. I feel much calmer here bc they are keeping an eye on me, plus I'm not an hr drive a way if it happens fast from this point on. I'm still shooting for tomorrow but ultimately as long as possible.
Morning, ladybug!! How are you feeling?? I'm so very sorry you're going through such challenges with this pregnancy but am VERY glad you're in the right place right now!! This little girl is gonna be just a ball of trouble from the start! You'll look back in 10 years and remind her what a little stinker she was!