Hey there! I was wondering if anyone has this.. I started losing my mucous plug at sixteen weeks. I went to the er, and the doctor said it seemed as if I just had excess.. And not to worry because it will come back. I just lost a little bit of it today, no red/pink/brown streaks. It's so weird.. I haven't been having contractions/cramping or any other sign of labor. Sorry for the gross post, but I was wondering if anyone else has or has had this problem? Thanks!
I DID both times...well last time and this time! Both times i started to lose it early..last time it was at 20 + weeks and this time at 15 weeks...but it grows back...as long as your not dialated to more then a 3! My last pregnancy i lost the ACTUAL mucus plug at 38 weeks..with the brown and what not into it and low and behold i went over due by 8 days until i was induced! So its not a real sign of labour...though everyone is different so if you have a show or anything like that or start to cramp go in and get checked! Good luck
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