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    Default Q? About mucus plug.

    Does it always bloody or clear? I have had a pad on today & went to change it & found a small amount of which looked like mucus was stringy & size of a pea (little bit bigger). I never lost mucus plug with DS. Bubs has been moving kicking alot this afternoon & it did feel like she was trying to push something out at one stage (If you get what I mean). I am 33+5

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    Possibly your mucus plug but I believe it's bigger than a pea. Nothing to stress over though as it can regenerate

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    With my second labor I lost my mucous plug progressively. I noticed a tiny bit when I went to the bathroom in the morning and it continued throughout the day. Contractions started at 11pm that night.

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    Not worried just wanted to know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorja View Post
    With my second labor I lost my mucous plug progressively. I noticed a tiny bit when I went to the bathroom in the morning and it continued throughout the day. Contractions started at 11pm that night.
    Will keep a eye on it thanks

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    This sounds like part of your plug, as the plug is bigger than a pea. The plug can break off in parts and regenerate wihtout labour. When all of mine finally came out pre-labour I had copious amounts of thick mucous for a couple of days - I couldnt believe how much there was!

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    Have not had anymore during night so starting to think it was nothing just discharge.

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    With this pregnancy I lost mine at 27 weeks and it was a big blob and mine was clear with a slight green tinge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimnus View Post
    With this pregnancy I lost mine at 27 weeks and it was a big blob and mine was clear with a slight green tinge
    The little piece I found had a slight green tinge to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummytopeanut View Post
    The little piece I found had a slight green tinge to it
    So it could have been part of your mucus plug.


 

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