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How long after your water breaks will labor be over?

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2006-08-02 19:01:36
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It varies from person to person. My wife had all 5 of our children within 20 minutes of her water breaking If your water breaks, ten you will have 2 days ti have your baby at the most because there are risks of infection after your water breaks!

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