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    Default How long after losing your mucus plug did you go into labour?

    Lost my mucus plug this morning YAY!! Does that mean labour is coming soon?

    How long after losing your mucus plug did you go into labour?

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    11 hours after I lost MP my waters broke and then contractions followed...

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    I lost my plug at 2pm on the friday (I was already in labour though) and had him Sat morning Good luck!

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    Lost it in the afternoon, waters broke that evening.
    But when I rang hospital after mucous plug went (because I was only 36 weeks) they said labour can happen soon or not for a few days. For me it happened to be soon.
    Best wishes!

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    Lost it mid afternoon and contractions started not long after and waters broke within 6ish hours I think. Lots of ladies go days before labour starts though.

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    lost mine at 36 weeks, i never went into labour as she was breech. I had a c-section at 40 weeks

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    Oh Good! It sounds so promising!
    Anymore ladies like to share ?

    Thanks!

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    I lost (for both pregnancies) a few weeks earlier.

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    Lost mine at 35 weeks, DS was born at 38 weeks.

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    3 hours after with DS1 and 3weeks later with DS3. Never lost it until active labour with DS2.

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