Little Heartbeats Story of PPROM Awareness 

 
Watch our videos to educate & empower yourself on the importance of when your waters break early in pregnancy, would you know what to do?
Do you know what PPROM Stands for?
Watch & learn why it is important to our mums & dads and why we need to do more to beat PPROM in pregnancy & how we can improve on care.

 

The reason why 'Little Heartbeats' exists

 

Our mums story of PPROM 

"Some Babies Make it, Sadly some don't 

 

All mums in our video PPROM before 24weeks, all babies survived PPROM 

PPROM Awareness matters to our parents regardless if our babies make it or not....

#PPROM Awareness

Fundraising for Little Heartbeats

Remembering Daisy Masie 

 

 

'Mascot Little Heartbeats"

Supplying bunny's to record our pregnant PPROM mums babies heartbeat... 

"Frozen Sing Along"

 

We created this event to make a special time for families at Christmas and to raise funds for PPROM & Research

"High Peak Baby Show"

Empowering pregnant mums & dads to be, to learn and gain knowledge all about pregnancy and beyond 

Watch this space for our

2016 show

 

"Inspired to do more" 

 

Skydiving to Save Babies Lives"

UCLH Fund to research the stem cell patch to reseal the membranes, open a Just giving page and join our LHB UCLH team today here 

 

Lucas Sky Ryder

Raising PPROM Awareness 

#nameourplane

Toni & Jo story of PPROM

Raising PPROM Awareness 

#DerbyRadio 

LHB & UCLH Skydive

Raising PPROM Awareness 

#skydiveforstempatchtoresealmembranes

 

Tiffancy story of PPROM 

Raising PPROM & IC Awareness 

PPROM 22  Resealed and carried to 35weeks 

Jeanne Herrington story of PPROM meet Archie James

Raising PPROM Awareness 

#PPROM 19weeks delivered at 33weeks 

PPROM little blessings do exist 

Raising PPROM Awareness 

#pprommiracles

Passionate and Inspired to make a difference to

PPROM in pregnancy 

"We Are Not Alone"

"Till It Happens To You"

"How Long Will I Love You"

© 2015 pprom.org.uk

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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