hi everyone im 27 weeks 5 days and dont worry my waters havent broke im just wondering when it comes nearer the time how will i know they have broke and what does it feel like i have 2 other kids but my waters never broke on there own so im hoping this time they break without any help. i just dont know what it feels like and what coulour is the waters just so i know what to look out for
Sorry, I can't help you on this one because my waters never broke either. For the most part I think you'll know if it breaks, or on thing to watch for is if your undies are always a little wet. That could mean you have a slow leak... But I can't really say. I know the waters are suppost to be clear, or could be a greenish color if your baby passed meconum. Again, sorry I can't help more, good luck!
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