Mission Statement

The PPROM Foundation aims to provide resources and support for those who have experienced Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes (PPROM) in their pregnancy and beyond. 
We promote awareness of PPROM through:
  • Advocacy in Expectant Management, conducted by PPROM parents through support groups and individual consultations.
  • Partnerships with healthcare providers, hospitals, and organizations who support maternal, fetal / neonatal health, research, and person-centered care in Expectant Management.
  • The pProm Registry of individuals diagnosed with PPROM in pregnancy. Through the collection of self-reported data by volunteers who have endured a pProm diagnosis in pregnancy, we will survey trends in expectant management, outcomes, and long term effects in survivors. A database of information about this syndrome will be critical in bringing new therapies to the market through research and advocacy. More > >
The PPROM Foundation is a registered public charity 501(c)(3), legal name American Alliance for pProm Support

Research & Articles

Neonatal Survival After Prolonged Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes Before 24 Weeks of Gestation (To view the entire study, click on PDF Version. Study found 90% survival rates for prolonged pProm from 18-24 weeks gestation).



Clinical Trials - United States

Evaluation of CRB in PROM Patients (Texas, Kentucky, Florida, Arizona)