Am I worrying about nothing?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by Little_C, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. Little_C

    Little_C Well-Known Member

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    Might be a little TMI but when I went to the toilet and wiped there was sort of pinky coloured stuff...so I waited a few minutes and went again and the same happened again but not just when I wiped.

    I'm a little worried and don't know if I'm over-reacting or not. Anyone offer any help on what could be causing this? x
     
  2. Nibblenic

    Nibblenic Well-Known Member

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    Might be your plug hunny, if its only a little pinky and not bloody. Its considered normal at the end of pregnancy but u could always ring the ward if ur really concerned
     
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    Little_C Well-Known Member

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    It's definitely pinky not bloody. I keep reading everywhere I've looked that it might be the plug and that it's nothing to worry about in late preg, is it at 33+4 though? x
     
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    Nibblenic Well-Known Member

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    Nah you can lose your plug at any point in late pregnancy means very little to when youll go into labour.

    But tbh unless it was, well like snott, i doubt it was your plug and maybe just a little discharge. You get all sorts coming outta there in the last few weeks :D
     
  5. MummyMummy

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    from what i've read/heard about plugs you can loose them and then they can just remake themselves apparently. not sure how true that it though, notasked midwife just read it

    xXx
     

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