My husband and I lost our baby boy two weeks ago and we are devastated to say the least. Now that I've had time to think about things, (every waking minute of my day) I keep running over facts/questions/fears like many of you probably do/did before you found out results of the placenta and autopsy. Even though many of the conversations that I had with doctors that night are a blur...there are some facts that I know. My water did break at 19/20 weeks...so I think they told me that I have Premature rupture of membrane...but of course right now they can't tell me why. My husband came home to me hysterical today because I was torturing myself looking up information about this online. He has officially banned me from any googling of this because I come up with all of my own conclusions. I'm just desperate for answers and we won't find out any more results until Oct. 26th. Does anyone have experience with PROM or water breaking? I don't want things to be sugarcoated...but I would like to hear some hopeful information. I am beating myself up about the fact that this miscarriage happened because my body was too weak. Are there other reasons why your water breaks? Any encouraging information would be sooo helpful. I don't want to scare myself out of trying again. I want a healthy baby and I want to be able to be strong enough to carry it.
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