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    Default Losing your mucous plug/bloody show

    How long after did you go into labour?

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    That night with ds1.

    Have you lost yours?

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    Only happened with dd2 but lost it on a Friday afternoon and had her Tuesday afternoon so 4 days

    Sunday night I started having irregular contractions by Monday morning I was in labour

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    DS lost it on a friday around lunchtime, waters broke the saturday at 9pm, had him sunday at 5 48pm..

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    With DD1 I lost mucous plug 10 days before she was born, about 2 days after a stretch and sweep. No bloody show though.
    With DS I woke up having light but regular 7 minute contractions, I had a few bloody shows over the course of the morning and he was born at 3am that night/next morning.
    With DD2 I was loosing mucous plug from 32 weeks until she was born at 36+1. No bloody show again.
    With DD3 I lost mucous plug a couple of times in the week or so before she was born, again this was a couple of days after stretch and sweeps and again I never had a bloody show. She was induced and born at 39+5

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    I lost mine when I'd already been in labour for about 12 hours

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    2 weeks before, whilst walking the dog. I was really hoping it was a sign things were moving along, but wasn't in my case

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    I didn't see it at all with ds1. With ds2 I was losing small amounts from 36wks. Lost a larger amount on the wed, then a larger amount on the fri, baby was born sunday night. Not a bloody show though, just the plug.

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    Bloody show was the start of both my labors - regular contractions started about 6 hours after show with DS1 and only a couple of hours after my show with DS2.

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