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    I lost mine in the morning, about 2 hours into early/prelabour. I had dd2 that night.

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    I lost mine yesterday morning... still waiting (40+2)

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    DS1 - the days leading up to labour. With DS2, I don't recall losing one. Good luck!

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    A few hours after a stretch and sweep. Labour started about 24 hrs afterwards.

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    I lost it about 30 minutes after regular contractions started. DS2 was born less than four hours later.

    With DS1 I don't recall losing it, but I had a bleed 24 hours before he was born.

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    I've been losing it since Tuesday! Shouldn't I be in labour by now! Boooooo!

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    I lost mine at the very beginning of early labour, I had DD 47 hours later.

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    i had some bloody mucous when i was in very early labour. a tiny bit. thats all.

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    Bumping. Curious for some more responses to get an idea of the 'majority' in this situation.

    I'm 39+3 and lost a heap of my plug today too. Every time I went to the loo..which is alot ATM- I lost more and more goopy gluey snot stuff. Kinda grosse and fascinating all at the same time.

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    I had a second stretch & sweep on Monday and still nothing, 40+7.......

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