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    Default Bub #2 when did Labor start after a bloody show

    Hi, I have started to get a bit of spotting which I'm thinking is my bloody show, I'm 37 weeks with bub#2. When did your labor start for #2 for your bubs (especially #2) ??

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    DS2 was in my arms less than four hours after my show. I was having regular cramps and wasn't really sure that it was labour but we headed into hospy anyway. Good luck!

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    I wouldn't describe my show as spotting though...is it blood tinged mucus or just blood?

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    Within half an hour of my bloody show I had DS2. It was the same for DS1. I was already in labour both times.

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    Within an hour and had dd2 2hours after contractions started

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepouts View Post
    I wouldn't describe my show as spotting though...is it blood tinged mucus or just blood?
    I had some mucus this morning that was tinged brown but now just pink spotting?

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    My Bloody show was mucus filled with blood, it came in morning and I delivered that night


    Me + DH + DS (3yr) + Bub #2 due July 14

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    A few days. I had a lot of mucous plug and tinged show for a days. Seemed to never end. Then voila-waters break and 9hrs later she arroved


 

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