I got wheeled to the clinic for another ultrasound, where they told me, hmmm...baby A still doesn't have any fluid.
Again, I was told: it's a wait and see game. Just let us know when you start feeling contractions or seeing any bleeding.
My mom came Monday, which was the start of a string of visitors, which helped immensely. I was a total mess-couldn't believe this was happening.
Against what everyone was telling me, I started looking up a little bit about what had happened to me. They call it PROM. It only happens in about 2-3% of pregnancies. There's nothing they can do about it-there's no seal for it, or a way to get fluid back in.
Monday was a really long day with a lot of crying. We celebrated at 9:40 when it had been 24 hours and nothing happened.