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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Beau

"After many complications during my pregnancy my water broke at 25 weeks. I was on hospital bedrest until I delivered Beau at 30 weeks. He was born weighing 2 pds 3 oz and 14 inches long. He spent 70 days in the Nicu. Today he is a happy, healthy, rambunctious 2 year old!!My advice would […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Aurora-Rose

"I ppromed at 23w. I was in the hospital with very painful labor for the next five weeks. Yes you read that right 5 whole weeks. At 28w I couldn't feel any movement and asked the nurses to look. The looked and found her very faint heartbeat. I was rushed to the or where I […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Sebastian

"I ruptured at 18wks and 5 days with a complete loss of fluid. The high risk doctor suggested me terminate my pregnancy as I was to far from my baby to be viable. I refused and was sent home with one week of antibiotics and according to the doctor I was expected to go into […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Baby Gracie

"Baby Gracie born on 4th may 2019 at 28+4 by emergency c section due to infection, pprom at 22+6 and had no measurable fluids up until a couple days before birth where there was a 1cm pocket, my pregnancy had complications from the beginning mainly with bleeding , I had spotting from 12weeks on, and […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Kinsley Aidean Louise

"Kinsley was an identical twin. At 20 weeks I had to have a procedure done to try to save them. Only Kinsley survived. There was a risk of pprom and preterm labor because of the procedure. Sure enough 7.5 weeks later... there she was." - Sabrina Aidean @ Valour Foundation. All images and content are […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Isla Jean

"Spent Nearly a month on a completely different island than my husband and 1.5 year old daughter, but was able to get doctors let me push for 35 weeks before induction. We made it to 35 weeks and as hard as it all was she is so so very worth it." - Kara Rimel @ […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Finley Daniel

"I ppromed at 22 weeks +2, delivered at 37 weeks +2 weighing 6 pounds 12. No days in NICU. I stayed on bed rest for the remainder of my pregnancy and had lots and lots of water. Had vitamins and an actimel a day. He is now 6 months old "- Lauren Kershaw @ Valour […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivors: Symone & Nolen

"PPROM at 27w...delivered via c section at 34w. 6 days in the NICU. Active duty military and I should have slowed down rather then my body forcing me to. 7 weeks of hospital bed rest was so hard but necessary for the well being of our babies."- NeTasha Hutto-Harris @ Valour Foundation. All images and […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Lauren Kiera

"Lauren kiera Farmer born 32+7 on 18th june prom at 32+4 gave me steroid injections and kept me in for 2 days, gave me antibiotics, she could breath on her own, taking milk amazing and today's she's 1 " - Jade McAllisterxo @ Valour Foundation. All images and content are copyright. Please do not copy […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Mya Mae

"Ppromed at 21 weeks delivered at 25+4 weighing 1 pound 5. Now 17 weeks old.l and 7 pound 4. We spent 15 weeks in NICU. I had a UTI and BV(they wouldn't treat because was only grade 2) which we think was the cause xx"- Maddie-ann Chapman @ Valour Foundation. All images and content are […]

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PPROM & BV Awareness

The Valour Foundation was created to bring awareness to about PPROM and its connection with BV. It offers support and hope to parents dealing with PPROM, because every baby matters, every trimester.
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