The water as know as the amniotic fluid, surrounds the baby, this amniotic fluid protects your baby by providing cushion to protect from bumps and injury and also protects from preventing infection from mum to baby, as soon as your waters break the risks of your baby and you catching a infection is high. Good management in care is key, for treating this condition.
PPROM is short for Premature rupture of membranes.
Other known as
'When Your Waters Break early in pregnancy before 37weeks'
Our aim is provide all patients with information to help you with your condition.
We are patients who have experience PPROM and have a range of experiences. We have also been granted permission to have the Royal College of Obestretricians and Gynaecologists link to there leaflet in regards of what guidelines that UK hospitals need to follow to deal with your condition.
Our Aims and Mission is:-
1. Educating and empowering women to understand there situation, the choices available and understanding premature rupture of membranes, why their waters break.
2. To offer support to all that are experiencing pprom and help them through their pprom journeys.
3. To educate the medical professions to improving there communication and bed side manner skills on dealing with pprom patients.
4. To provide the hospital with leaflets by the ROCG guide lines & booklets for patients to understand there treatment and there choices.
5. Invest in High Risk Midwifes that are trained in PPROM and other conditions to help you on your journey which ever your outcome is.