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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Jack

"I ppromed at 23 weeks, was hospitalized until delivery at 25 weeks, 1 pound 14 ounces. Had contractions 1 to 3 minutes apart for 7 full days until I delivered him vaginally. He spent 89 days in the nicu. Only major issues is severe reflux. Will be 8 months tomorrow" - Dannielle Barbay @ Valour […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Jonathan

"I almost given up on my journey. Here is a little bit of what happened to me. On January 7th I went in for my 19/20 week sonogram. Baby was breech and he had his spine up so we couldn't tell boy or girl. My sonogram tech told me theirs a problem. I flat out […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Bernhard

"I pprom'd at 18 weeks, after a number of miscarriages over the years. I was suggested to terminate by several doctors. I refused. I managed to hold my pregnancy until 30 weeks with almost no measurable amniotic fluid. At 29 weeks I was admitted to the hospital, after doing bed rest at home.My baby was […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Alyce Ray

"This was my third pregnancy, first PPROM. I was home in bed, 6AM when my water broke. I drove myself to the nearest hospital, was admitted there, tested positive for amniotic fluid and then sent via ambulance 2 hours away to UVMMC in Vermont. I was given steroids, shot with magnesium. Finally labor stopped and […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Hayden

" I had a sch at 7 weeks and that is what the doctors suspect caused pprom. I had a small leak but didn’t realize what it was at the time. Pprom was confirmed 3 weeks later and I doctors advised me to end my pregnancy because they were convinced our baby wouldn’t make it. […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Ezra Ryan

"I ppromd at 31w2d and was admitted to banner Thunderbird in Phoenix,az till 34 weeks but he came at 31w6d at 4lbs4oz. Spent 45 days in the NICU and now is 3. My advice is to take it one day at a time and take time for yourself as well '- Brenda Gibbner @ Valour […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivors: Jackson & Owen

"My advice would be, take any help offered.. nicu life is hard! Take it Day by day! There will be many downs but you have to find victories in the small stuff! My twins were conceived via iui after struggling with infertility, so needless to say we were over the moon to find out we […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Thomas

"Bed rest then hospital 23 weeks bed rest. Drank so much water, changing pads up to 6 times a day constant leaking. Docs told me that he could be born with lung disease, limb issues, oxygen till 9 months old. Everything else is fine. Turned 1 yesterday!"- Rebecca Cox @ Valour Foundation. All images and […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Rhett Lee

" Rhett Lee pprom at 27+6 delivered at 29+6. on bed rest in hospital then at home for two weeks before I started to have an infection. I thought it was the scariest longest two weeks of my life but then my little guy was in the nicu for 68 days. Each day felt like […]

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February 24, 2021
PPROM Survivor: Shruuthii

"I was ruptured when I was 20 weeks (baby weight was 350g) with a complete loss of fluid. And was admitted to the hospital and completely bed rest and was leaking everyday till I delivered my baby Shruuthii on 31 weeks. She was weight 1.2kg when she born. 48 days nicu journey and now she […]

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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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