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Has anybody else gone through PPROM then had a "normal" pregnancy next time?

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PPROM AT 15 WEEKS
« on: November 19, 2009 at 05:00 PM »
Hi Everyone -

I had PPROM at 15 weeks. That was back on August 26, 2009. I am just wondering how long others waited to try again, and how did your next pregnancy go?

Thank You  :)

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Re: PPROM AT 15 WEEKS
« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2009 at 05:35 AM »
Hi :)     

Wow, you had PPROM early :(  I'm sorry :(

I had PPROM with my first at 28 weeks, he arrived at 30+1 in Feb 2007. My second pregnancy was a surprise, I fell when he was just 5 months old, it ended at 17+1 weeks, in Nov 07, due to infection causing PROM (possibly because of being electrocuted a week before) My third, I didn't get PPROM at all, in fact they had to break my waters during labour. He was born at 34+3 in June 09.

All the best. 
Brendan 25/02/07 30+1 due to PPROM @ 28wks, Spontaneous Labour & Chorioamnionitis. His Apgar Scores were 2:4 W1545gms (3lb 6oz)
Tristan 19/06/09 34+3 due to Spontaneous Labour. His Apgar Scores were 6:6 W3090gms (6lb 13oz)
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Re: PPROM AT 15 WEEKS
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2009 at 06:49 AM »
Questions:
Did you have any symptoms prior to your PPROM?  Was your child born alive?  I'm asking this because I had PPROM @ 19.6 weeks and lost my daughter at 21 1/2 weeks after being hospitalized on bed rest.  I didn't have any symptoms prior to my water breaking.  I had a wonderful pregnancy.  My water broke, but my cervix was closed.  My daughter was born alive, with a very strong heartbeat and they didn't find any infection.  They are unsure what the cause was.  They keep telling me it was really bad luck, after multiple lab tests and ultrasounds.  There isn't any information available for asymptomatic PPROM. 

Thanks!