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    I started losing my plug at 34 weeks, with a bloody show. I was having strong Bh contractions and I thought this was it. They managed to stop my labour until 37+6. And I was very muccusy that whole time. Some women go into labour within 24-48hrs and some women can take weeks. Goodluck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chookylaa View Post
    Hi, I lost my plug this time at 40+4 and im still pregnant at 40+8 today. I also have long stringy mucus and guess what.....its mthfkn thrush!!!! So heads up apparently it's very common in late pregnancy.

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    Ewww i hope it's not mthfkn thrush. Hate that b.astard! :/

    I much prefer believing it is my plug haha

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