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    Lost it at 36 weeks, got induced at 40+1.

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    I lost my plug at the start of labour/contractions with both DDs.

    things move quickly for you

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    I don't recall losing my mucus plug... I didn't have any blood stained loss.. I did have an increased amount of sticky clear discharge though ... Which I lost after my waters broke. My midwife said that could have been it... If that's the case, I lost it in the morning about 7am & my son was born at 3:50pm that day.

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    I lost a big chunk of mine at 34 weeks, no blood or anything, and wasn't too worried. DS was born at 38 after I started bleeding and having a hind water leak. My ob couldn't see any reason for the bleed so it may have just been a very bloody show.

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    It was pretty soon afterwards! Not more than 48 hours, good luck

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    34 or 36 weeks? Then again about 4 hrs before DD2 was born, during prelabour. With DD1 I think it was a few days before.

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    Well, 3 days later and nothing

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    Just wanted to bump this up, almost 2 weeks since losing my plug I apparently just lost it again I have heard your body makes more of it so I guess it's not that weird but now I have no idea whether I should consider it a sign of labour starting soon or if it just means nothing

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    I lost mine with first contraction at 830am ds was born at 1am

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    I lost mine at 12am Monday morning and contractions started straight away


 

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