Sorry in advance for tmi...I went number 2 tonight and it was kind of hard,bit after I got some and wiped I noticed light brown discharge. I couldn't tell if it was from my but or my vagina. I didn't think I went back far enough to reach my but, but I'm mot positive. It was just a few strings of light brown. I haven't really had any cramping today,but for the past couple of days I have had this weird pressure in my entire stomach almost like its sore. It's really hard to explain. Anyone else have this problem?
I did just check again and this time I did the toilet paper check and the first time nothing came out but the second time a tiny little dot of brown definitely came from my vagina. I would think my Michael plug would be a lot bigger than just a few streaks and a dot,any ideas?
I get this too after a bowel movement, its common if you have piles or tears as some of the blood/fecal matter can get into the vagina which is not pleasant
I'm sure its not the mucus plug or else I'd be in labour by now lol
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