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    Dd1(39 weeks)-lost it 3 hrs before waters broke but was an 18 hr labour.
    Dd2 (37 weeks)- no noticeable plug. 5 hr labour.
    SIL - no plug. 41 weeks. 7 hr labour.
    I don't think it makes much difference...

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    I lost mine at 3:30am and gave birth to DD1 18 hours later

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    Does it have to be bloody?
    I think I lost mine with my 1st two but only after a membrane sweep.

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    None for me. Waters broke at 38+2 and DS arrived 10 hours later, never saw the infamous plug!


 

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