Mucus plug question?

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  1. Shanelley

    Shanelley Mummy :)

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    Hey, was wondering if the mucus plug could be a greenish blob? Like does it always have to have blood in it, or can it just be like a big blob of greenish stuff? LOL
    coz i think i may have just lost part of, or all of my plug? :thumbup:
     
  2. missZOEEx

    missZOEEx Isaac'sMummy<3

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    I think you've just lost some plug! deffs doesnt have to have blood. :)
     
  3. Shanelley

    Shanelley Mummy :)

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    Yuss! Things may be beginning.! Here's hoping i lose more. :p (never ever been this excited about goop coming from my insides. :haha:)
     
  4. missZOEEx

    missZOEEx Isaac'sMummy<3

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    :rofl: inside goop!
    I have everything crossed that you little girl will make
    her long awaited arrival soon!
    x
     
  5. rainbows_x

    rainbows_x Mummy.

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    Plug is the gloop, your show is blood :)
    Good luck hun!
     
  6. Shanelley

    Shanelley Mummy :)

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    Thanks hon :)
    otherwise the sweep im having on monday hopefully will be sure to do it :)
     
  7. missZOEEx

    missZOEEx Isaac'sMummy<3

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    Ooooo; good luck at your sweep! x
     
  8. babycakes16

    babycakes16 Cory's mummy <3

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    Could be! :) Hope things are starting for you. The plug isn't always bloody but green is a bit of an unusual colour though, it can be a sign of infection sometimes
     
  9. x__amour

    x__amour Mommy.

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    Your mucus plug is goopy, green and discharge. Your show is what is generally bloody. :flower:
     
  10. we can't wait

    we can't wait Mom of 4

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    It is sort of (gross, i know) snotty-like. It definitey doesn't have to contain blood. Mine didn't.

    I lost mine at 36+1 & had LO at 38+4. :thumbup:
    Good luck at your sweep!
     
  11. x.Mum2B.x

    x.Mum2B.x Mummy To Kyreece-Jayden<3

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    I started losing mine last night & this morning & it never had no blood in it, it was clear & goopy
     
  12. KiwiMOM

    KiwiMOM Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like things are starting! Yay!
     
  13. EffyKat

    EffyKat Mammy 2 a gorgeous prince

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    I had lost bits of my Mucus Plug like that a few weeks before giving birth... It just kept coming away, I didn't lose it all until full labour and that was when there was blood. Good luck
     
  14. emmylou92

    emmylou92 Hollie's Mammy

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    I had my sweep the day after suffering BH all night, I dont even remember 'losing my plug' but I panicked like mad when I has my show It was like a period but all gooey. Anyway sound's like your have started to loose your plug so good luck, if not I'm sure the sweep will help.

    ETA, your can loses you plug at any time during pregnancy and it grows back. Just because you are loosing your plug doesn't mean baby will be here anytime soon, but with you being sooo close it could be a good sign!
     

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