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    Labour started that night. 36+6.

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    I've been losing small bits of plug since about 30ish weeks with this pregnancy. (Now 36.4) and two bigger losses over the weekend just gone.

    With my first I lost it from about the same time in small bits. But I had 2 bloody shows the morning I went into labour with her. So that's what I get most excited about!

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    Plug started coming out on the Tuesday night, membranes ruptured on Thursday morning, DD was born Friday morning at 36+5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Trooper View Post
    Nooooooooooooo!

    Lol 😂😂
    Lol I was only 35 weeks when I started losing it though

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    I think two days and that was my first......

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    Within 2 days both times

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    Default How long after losing plug did you have your baby?

    Lost mine 6pm, next day at 12:57pm I had my baby. First baby

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    Default How long after losing plug did you have your baby?

    About 16 hours after losing my plug my baby was born.

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    I like that the majority of responses are sooner rather than later!

    No action yet I'm afraid

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    I never noticed loosing mine so must've been fairly soon after.


 

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