mucus plug....

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  1. BrittBS

    BrittBS Expecting #2!

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    Just went to the bathroom.... I believe I just passed part of my mucus plug. It's the nastiest thing I have ever seen. There was no blood in it. I'm worried.... I know it could be weeks before I go into labor but we're in the middle of remodeling our house and I cannot get my husband motivated enough to finish it all before she gets here. Everyone seems to think that since I'm due December 6th, she's going to wait until December 6th to come out. I can't get it through his head it doesn't work that way! We're nowhere even near being done. We haven't even started on her room. I knew it would end up being a bad idea. I'm so stressed out! I don't know how we're going to get it all done.
     
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    Sovereign Well-Known Member

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  3. alice&bump

    alice&bump mummy to katie

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    i lost mine bout 3 weeks ago hun, she's still sitting snug in there! it can be a sign that somethin' happening, but its most likely LO will stay in there for a while xx
     
  4. sammie18

    sammie18 Mommy to Allison

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    Aww Im sorry, Maybe you need to put your foot down and make him finish it lol Thats what I do :p
     
  5. AC81

    AC81 Proud mum of 2

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    Stay calm hun, you'll be fine! xxx
     
  6. XKatX

    XKatX Well-Known Member

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    Don't worry babes - you can lose it really early and i can grow back, just for you to loose it again a few weeks later. Maybe use it against OH though, to get the house finished quick smartish!!
     
  7. Wobbles

    Wobbles BnB Co-Founder ~ Retired

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    I thought you had to get checked out if you lost your plug??

    :hugs: x
     
  8. Dragonfly

    Dragonfly Mother of 4

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    your man sonds like my man, if i want someting done i have to moan about 5 months before I want it in order to get a slight chance of getting it done on time. Spare room only got painted because i started it now the floor is still not done for the nursaary and some of the stuff is on its way to put in there.

    so this mucas plug sounds horrid, is it really evident what it is as i have never seen it before.
     
  9. XKatX

    XKatX Well-Known Member

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    Probably a good idea. You should really get anything checked out if your worried. Let us know what happens!!! x x
     
  10. suzan

    suzan Well-Known Member

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    Maybe its not ur plug. I read that the mucus plug should have a little blood in it?
    Something like that happened to me a week ago. I stood up and I felt as if I peed myself, then went to the toilet to find a lot of mucus in my panty liner!
    I got so scared and called the doc.. he said not to worry but only if it happens again and he prescribed a shower gel for my private area.. I think he thought it could be infection. He asked if it burns down there, or if it felt itchy and I told him that everything was feeling right but the discharge.. he told me not to worry!

    I havent seen it since then, thank God!

    I also know a girl that turned out to have infection when she thought lost her plug.

    Girl, check it out ASAP! :hug:
     

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