To give parents as much information as possible to help make more informed decisions.

 

Educating and empowering women to understand this condition and the choices available to them should they suffer PPROM.

 

To offer support to those women throughout their PPROM journeys.

 

To contribute in the development of professional policies on the improvement of communication skills and bedside manner specifically when dealing with PPROM patients.

 

To provide hospitals with RCOG literature outlining treatment and choices.

 

Invest in Specialist Midwives who are trained in PPROM management and related conditions to support women regardless of outcome. 

Our Aims and Mission

Little Heartbeats Affilates Overseas 

We have joined up with the following groups to work together to making an difference 

 

WD Racing are raising awareness through racing and each year taking our babies names and printing them on their racing car, to highlight the issue of PPROM 

They are also wanting to treat our NICU parents in the USA at Christmas time with gifts and show our parents of premature babies that they are not alone, see their page here with more info 

 

 

The American Alliance for PPROM Support USA 

The American Alliance for PPROM support aims to provide resources and support for those who have experienced Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes in their pregnancy and beyond, see their page here with more info

 

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Important notice:

 

We are not medical professionals. We are simply a group of women who have a shared personal experience.

We wish to publish these experiences in the hope that others may better educate themselves.

All advice has therefore been freely and voluntarily submitted.

However, to reiterate, for official current guidelines follow the link to the RCOG leaflet.

 

All pregnant women should seek advice from their midwives and consultants.

Always report and discuss any medical worries you might have and be sure you are content with the care you receive. 

If you do have any concerns about the care, support or advice delivered you can seek a second opinion as to

whether your care package is suitable for you.

 

Check your notes are always up to date. If in doubt, ask.

 

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