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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Tasmyn

"Tasmyn, pprom at 28+6, born at 32+3. Spent 6 weeks in SCN, after I was on almost 4 weeks hospital bed rest. She’s perfectly healthy and turns 6 next month!" - Molly Adams @ Valour Foundation. All images and content are copyright. Please do not copy without permission.

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Aden

"Aden, pprom at 24 weeks born at 32 weeks. Bedrest in hospital for 8 weeks. 30 days in nicu. Turns 7 this year." - Ashley Evans @ Valour Foundation. All images and content are copyright. Please do not copy without permission.

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February 21, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Rosalia Estelle

"I started leaking and bleeding at 8 weeks and had many trips to the ER because I knew something was wrong. Ultrasounds kept showing low normal fluid levels; I was told I was probably in the process of miscarrying. At 17 weeks, I awoke from a nap soaked. I contacted my doctor, who was aware […]

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February 21, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Kingston Kole

" January 30 my water broke during 6th period. I reported straight to the hospital to be notified that I’d wouldn’t be going home until delivery. I was moved to L&D and spent 24 hours in mag. (horrible). At 34 weeks he was delivered via c-section. After 51 days in the hospital I was released. […]

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February 21, 2021
PPROM Survivor: John William

"John William. Pprom 31.5 delivered 33.1 he weighed 4lbs 15oz. Spent 16 days in NICU with no major issues. Drs said there was no known reason it happened. I was induced bc of possible placenta abruption. Just rest up mommas, take it easy. Try not to stress out- that baby needs to stay comfy and […]

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February 21, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Colton Michael

"This is Colton Michael. I pprom'd with him at 21 weeks and he was born at 33+6. I stayed in the hospital for 3 months while I was pregnant and had to leave my daughter with my mom for that time. He was born with sepsis, jaundice, couldn't keep his body temp up, had to […]

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Valour foundation

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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