Our expert says:
Unfortunately, many people give me one line questions with little detail, which makes it difficult to answer the question. Also many situations need a full assessment and examination and cannot be adequately addressed over the internet.
Your question is a good example. Yes it is possible that you membranes have ruptured. However, it may also just be a watery discharge or some pressure on your bladder which has caused a bit of urine leakage. The only way to tell the difference between these three possibilities is for your doctor to examine you.
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