Okay so I went to the doctor Friday I'm currently 36weeks and 4days along... he told me I was 2-3cm 80%... yesterday I noticed my stomach would harden then a few mins later release then harden again but it was painful at all... then last night before bed it stopped. Then tonight it is doing it again but also been having cramping in my bum area like I need to poop but don't have to. TMI then tonight I went to go potty and I had this nasty clear slime in my panties and hanging from my female area. How worried should I be that my water will break tonight or tomorrow morning sometime? I've never had it break on its own before.
You were prob experiencing braxton hicks contractions. I've had the discharge for a couple of weeks now so not sure. I can't help you there. Don't be worried if your water breaks on it's own. It's way more comfortable than having the doc do it. Good luck and keep us posted!
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