It this what is called a bloody show? I dont see any mucousy stuff ( although I didnt get some mucousy stuff a couple of days back which abruptly stopped).. just pinkish blood when I wipe..
Is it normal???
I did call the labor ward last night and she said its normal to have some blood when you wipe. It shouldnt be so much to fill a pad or stain clothes....
I am sure it's normal as long as it is spotting. At least that's what my doc gave me precautions for. But doesn't hurt to go in and get yourself checked. I would get an appointment now just to be safe.
When I had a show it was a lot and it was like a period. Yes I would still call you MW...but mine was bright red and confirmed by a nurse that is was considered a show. So it can be bright red like a period. HTH.
What Maz said, if it's fresh ie bright red you need to contact del suite. If it's pinky brown spotting then it's normal, may be part of bloody show, may be body getting ready for labour. This is what mw said at antenatal class.
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