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Could this be part of my mucus plug? I used the toilet and then rinsed myself down with a high powered toilet wand bidet. (Hard to reach back there these days.) Before I flushed I saw some yellow mucus. Too thick to be regular discharge I think. But no signs of blood or red or brown color. I'm 38 weeks + 4 days. Thanks for your input!
Ahhh, the wonderful rainbow of colors of discharge when about to give birth. :>) I never 'lost a plug' which is what I looked for when going into labor but instead, had lots of different colored discharge prior to giving birth (like the few weeks leading up to it). Yellow, pink, tan, orange, pretty stuff.
So, yes, that can be part of all of that 'stuff' coming out. good luck hon
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