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One of a pregnant woman’s greatest fears is breaking their water in public. It can happen, but breaking your water can also occur discreetly. How can you know if your water broke? What signs should you look for and what precautions should you take? Marie talks about all the details in this video. She also has some funny stories to tell.

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Breaking Your Water

Par Mélanie Loubier Temps de lecture: 1 min
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