How long can baby live in womb after water breaks?

Answer It depends on may things, if you have a high leak the membranes may seal and the pregnancy can continue. If your membranes are ruptured after 12 hours there is a fear of infection setting in, dange... Read More »

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How long should it take to deliver a baby after your water breaks?

Everyone is different and there is not set time, while some doctors don't want you going past a cerentin point just depends on your physician. It can be a matter of hours or a day or so just depend... Read More »

How long after your water breaks does it take to deliver a baby?

Answer Whenever the baby is ready. Could be an hour could be 12.

Can a baby live outside the womb after the 20 week of pregnancy?

Answer The age of viability is 24-26 weeks gestation, although a baby born that early will have some complications. A baby born at 20weeks gestation cannot survive outside of the womb; therefore, t... Read More »

How long can labor be stopped after water breaks?

Once the membranes rupture it is not safe to stop labor because the amniotic fluid is what keeps the baby safe and when the membranes rupture it can start allowing bacteria in to the baby