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    Default Lost Mucus plug at 32 weeks

    Hi Ladies,

    I feel like I am forever plaguing you with my problems!
    I am 32+4, and I THINK I may have lost my mucus plug this morning.

    I wiped, and there was a MASSIVE glob of mucus - like a good 3-4 inches. No blood by the looks of it.

    I will probably call the midwives at my hospital anyway, but just want to see if this is something I should be worried about. Googling comes up with mixed opinions.

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    How are you now? I lost little bits early but not the whole lot til after due date.

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    I lost mine at 33 weeks. They come back, and can come out multiple times during pregnancy (not always in big lots either, I did it a few times and sometimes it was smaller bits over a few days). Call your midwife to check of course, but if there's no bleeding or other symptoms all should be ok.

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    Called my midwife. She did indicate it's a little early, but as long as I am feeling OK that I should be alright, at the very least until Wednesdays appointment. Of course, any cramping/loss of fluid and I need to call them back straight away.

    In the mean time, hubby and I will be shopping for stuff for the hospital bag tonight - just in case

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    Quote Originally Posted by GothicBeeza View Post
    Called my midwife. She did indicate it's a little early, but as long as I am feeling OK that I should be alright, at the very least until Wednesdays appointment. Of course, any cramping/loss of fluid and I need to call them back straight away.

    In the mean time, hubby and I will be shopping for stuff for the hospital bag tonight - just in case
    Hope bubba waits longer!

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    Just a thought. It could be leukorrheoa. A creamy white discharge that's very common in pregnant women. I have that all the time. And there is no blood.


 

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