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1360237 tn?1351816181

I think I lost my mucas plug. How long after can I expect labor?

I woke up this morning went to the bathroom and than on my toliet paper there was some slimmy discharge with alittle spott of blood. I looked in the tiolet and there was alot more white stuff in there. I am pretty sure it was my mucas plug. :) I am now just woundering how long now can I expect to go into labor? I am supposed to get induced on friday do you think it will be before that? what was all your experiences with this? I am so excited its almost here! thanks
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768015 tn?1333652075
With my last pregnancy I lost my mucus plug on a friday. Had blood and mucus coming out throughout the weekend with cramping. Monday early morning I went into labor and had my daughter that afternoon. It's a good sign that you lost it. Are you having contractions?
1360237 tn?1351816181
no contractions yet, just the braxton hix but I have been having those. I cant wait to start though I just want to meet him already. I read it can take up to weeks still and I think thats crazy! I hope its not going to for me even though I am supposed to get induced on friday anyways I would still like to have him sooner rather than later.
1446228 tn?1330968686
Hey!  Sorry, I don't have an answer for you, but I am a little over 35 weeks pregnant with twins and I started loosing my plug last week and it is still coming out.  Mine also has brown blood (sorry, tmi) in it...

I hope for you it means you are starting labor and for me it means another week!  Good luck!
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