I'm going to be 33 Weeks tomorrow and I urinate every 15 mins for the past three days also wen I sit down it gels like i'm being ripped open I have an appt Monday but my midwife only asks questions then I hear heartbeat then that's it i'm a ftm but do you think it's almost time.?
I'm the same, unfortunately that's just the 3rd trimester. At this stage it's still much too early for you to have your baby, so if you think you may be going into preterm labor make sure you get ahold of your midwife!
I was 17 with my first and they said I was at risk for preterm labor, I did actually end up going into preterm labor around 34 weeks but they were able to stop it. It does sound like your mucus plug but that can replenish itself. If you're getting other symptoms of labor with it I'd tell your midwife.
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