hi there i am 40 weeks preg and 4 days over. I have had a yellow/clear stringy jelly like discharge its like a blob on the loo roll but stringy aswell. i have had this twice now, is this my mucus plug??? it hasnt had no red/brown colour in it just yellow/clear jelly. since losing this today i have been getting slight pains in my stomach and cervix area. does anyone know what all this is???
It does sound like your plug hun, with my first i neve had a bloody show till actually in labour, with my second i started to loose what you discribed at 38wks and had him at 39wks. Yesterday I lost a big blob of only what i can discribe as snot (sorry) like when you blow your nose when you've got a cold.
hope this is the start of something for you, it's horrible playing the waiting game x x
it sounds like your plug to me hun, unfortunately there is no telling when you'll go into labour because they can reform...i have already lost parts of my plug 3 times and im still here so no idea when but hopefully, seeing as you're overdue it will happen in the next few days x
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