i know that it is not common for your water to break before you go into labor but I had some questions anywho. So, my due date is tomorrow... My doctor doesn't expect anything will happen until after my due date. We even set up a date for me to be induced if I don't go into labor this next week. But... my hubby and I had sex early this morning, afterwards when I got out of bed I had lots of "stuff" come out. I am assuming this was semen and stuff but then after that I had to keep changing my panty liner because I kept "leaking". it was clear and it didn't really smell. I am not sure if this is girl stuff or my water trickling out. I was trying to find stuff on the internet but I wanted to know if any ladies here had their water break and what it was like. I am sorry about the details but I am really curious and I want to make sure that I go to the hospital if my water broke. I have a NST scheduled for tuesday but my doctor has me freaking out about making sure there is enough fluid in there for the baby, because he makes a big deal about it at every appointment.
I hope this little guy decides to make an appearance soon!
When I got induced the third time my water broke at 130 pm on thursday and I didn't start dilating till the next morning and had my baby fri at 931pm so yes u can have ur water brake before u go into labor and if u continue leaking id go to l&d to get checked cuz I had to be put on antibiotics after having my water broke for 16 hrs
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