Okay, for those who dont know my story, I am 34.5 weeks and have been having contractions for about 2 months now. Couple of weeks ago I started with the snotted discharge. Past week my contractions have been as close as 2 minutes apart (aggrivating but still not in labor) Well for the past 2 days or so I have been having the snotty, stringy, mucous but it is almost a green color. Is this normal? I have a doctors appointment tomorrow and will ask him but I know his answer will be yes because my head could spontaniously combust and he would say it is a normal part of pregnancy.
thanks amber. I went in to the hospital last Thursday (before the "green mucous") and I wasnt dialated yet but he said he could feel the babys head down VERY LOW! So I just might get to meet my little guy soon. I sure hope so anyway. It has been a very long pregnancy.
I agree, I've been having complications for a while now.
I had been seen a few days prior to the greenish mucous not dilated, the day I went in it was literally like snot she said I was 1/2 cm and thin; and the babies head was low so it was enough to cause the discharge. Good luck to you!
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