Sorry this may be TMI. I lost my mucus plug this morning, like without a single doubt that's wht it was. Massive snot blog tinged pink lol.
So I'm wondering, how long after you lost your plug did you go into labour?
I know it isn't necessarily a sign of labour, but I can't help but get a tad excited and I'm now analysing every pain I get lol. I'm 37+1 weeks along, meant to have a c section at 38 weeks but hoping to go naturally.
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14-06-2013 10:14 #1
How long after losing your mucus plug did you go into labour?
14-06-2013 10:22 #2
Mine was about 3 days before I think. I was already in pre labour then though.
They can regenerate though, but it's definitely a positive sign things are moving along.
How exciting! Good luck!!
14-06-2013 20:35 #3
Thanks for the reply :-)
Still nothing happening. But I am still excited just knowing that something is happening its giving hope :-)
14-06-2013 20:38 #4
I lost mine about lunch time on the Thursday and waters broke Friday morning 5.45! Hope it's not too far away for you 😃
14-06-2013 20:42 #5
Ds1 I lost it 3 days before
Ds2 I had been losing it from about 35 weeks (no blood ib it ) and when I went into labour at 39+ 4 a big blood tinged glob came out. He was born 4 hours later
14-06-2013 20:53 #6
I lost mine 3 weeks before I went into labour. So I think it can vary a lot, good luck!
14-06-2013 20:56 #7
I lost mine the morning I went into labour, around 6ish. Was having contractions within a couple of hours and had DD by 3:30pm that afternoon.
14-06-2013 21:02 #8
Lost mine on the Thursday - started having contractions early Saturday morning.. Bub was born on the monday
14-06-2013 21:14 #9-
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Lost mine sat morning and went into labour that evening
14-06-2013 21:27 #10
Tues then the friday, he was born on sunday night.
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