Friday, 8 May 2015

PPROM Thunderclap - what is thunderclap? #PPROM #Prematureruptureofmembranes before 37 weeks - #Pregnancy #MatExp

What is Thunderclap?
Thunderclap is the first crowd-speaking platform that helps people be heard by saying something together.
How does it work?
If you reach your supporter goal, Thunderclap will blast out a timed Twitter, Facebook, or Tumblr post from all your supporters, creating a wave of attention.
Who's using it?
From passionate individuals with a message to share, to organizations such as The White HouseLevis and the United Nations.
So hope that helps you decide to follow our #thunderclap 

“We are NOT the Only 1's & Our babies deserve the best possible chance to survive #PPROMAWARE

18 of 250
7% of goal supported
23 days
Ends May 31, 8:00 PM EDT

'Unless someone like you cares a whole 

awful lot,Nothing is going to get better. It's not.' 

Saying BY Dr. Seuss — 

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Perfect Heartbeats Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes In Memory of our Babies born sleeping

PPROM Awareness Video by Our Angel Mums


'Unless someone like you cares a whole 

awful lot,Nothing is going to get better. It's not.' 

Saying BY Dr. Seuss — 

To help us gain changes to the way PPROM is dealt with please Sign our petition: click to here to sign our Change PPROM petition

For anyone wanting to Donate, 

click here:-

or to #UCLH Stem Membrane Patch Project via 

Just giving text PROM49 £1 to 70070 

or to any of our team giving pages,

'Sinead Speakman 15.04.2010'

Broke mummy's heart and why she is driven to do her uppermost to raise awareness & funds 

Our photos is all we have of our precious first born baby Sinead, many find it too hard too look at, and many have made us feel that we should not be sharing, even lost friends through writing on the very first photo that we shared of her, 

The very first time we shared her was the day we gave birth to her and the day she lost her fight for life....

Which was the only ever time we shared her publicly.....

We were made to feel this was wrong..... 

but these are our memories, and we have taken the hard decision to share, as we took them to let the world know we gave birth to a baby....

Perfect nose, perfect hands, perfect feet 

Fully formed and was every inch of us....

After we had a scan to confirm we had PPROM, with only sacs full of waters, we were refused to listen into her heartbeat again.....

We have never forgotten our daughters heartbeat.....

and we are not ashamed of our daughter because of our daughter we now raise awareness and we know it has saved at least 1 babies life, we want to save lots more.....

which is why this Stem membrane patch project means the world to us, and the reason why we now want to set up Little Heartbeats as a charity.

We are praying that wishes come true, and we gain your support today, so we can help other mums through their journey both miracle babies and babies born too soon

Sinead Video 1 - Our sleeping princess too beautiful for earth...

Sinead Video 2

Our latest Thunderclap click here to follow by twitter or facebook

18 of 250
7% of goal supported
23 days
Ends May 31, 8:00 PM EDT

#PPROM #Prematureruptureofmembranes #watersbreaking #pregnancyissues #miracles #babyloss #breakthetaboo @PpromAwarenessU

Friday, 1 May 2015

Little Heartbeats PPROM awareness video


PPROM (Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes) happens in about 2% of all pregnancies. In this Little Heartbeats film Ciara and Rachel tell the story of how they lost their babies to PPROM and how they are campaigning to raise awareness so other mums don't have to experience the same tragedy.

PROM occurs in 6-19% of term pregnancies.[1]
PPROM occurs in 2% of all pregnancies.[2]
PPROM is associated with 40% of preterm deliveries and can lead to significant morbidity and mortality.

It is a HUGELY important message and we would love if you could share our film. To join the campaign visit 

Fundraising to make a difference 
Thank you to those who would like to support our campaign with a donation

Fundraising for our Stem membrane patch project via UCLH Charity 

donate by clicking on this link here:
or text £1 PROM49 to 70070 via just giving

Follow us on twitter @PpromAwarenessU

Support us on Facebook

Sign our petition

THANK YOU for your support.

Dedicated to all the precious little heart-beats that passed away.

An Inspired Youth Production for Little Heartbeats PPROM campaign


22 weekers survivals