Today at work I noticed that I started losing quite a bit of my mucus plug and lost some more about an hour ago, just a little bit though. I have had an increase in discharge for the past week or so, which I know it completely normal and I know that the plug can regenerate itself. I'm not worried at all about going into labor and it didn't have blood in it, but I always have bh while I'm working since I'm on my feet all the time and today I actually had a real contraction. After that was when the plug started to come out. I noticed when I sat down for dinner that the middle and side part of my stomach feels crampy, almost like it's sore. I think that it's probably achy and sore from carrying the baby, but wouldn't that be more on the bottom instead of sides and middle? I never dropped with my first and never got anywhere near close to going into labor by myself, and with this one since I've been working the whole time, I'm worried that I will go into labor early so I make sure I pay close attention to my body. He has already started to drop, I feel him hit my cervix ALL THE TIME, and like I said I have so many bh while working, he's head down, and now the plug is starting to come lose. Should I be watching out and taking it easy now or is all of this completely normal since I'm still working? Also, when you lose your plug does that mean that your cervix is starting to change?
Yeah I lost my plug with my first weeks before I had her. I'm just worried cause my stomach is so sore now, it seems to have gotten more achy. Kinda feels like I've been doing sit ups, it's uncomfortable.
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