losing mucus plug at 35 weeks

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Dr. Jane Van Dis answered:

Losing the mucus plug at week 35 and it's bloody is that a bad sign?

No

Cervix
I haven't found that mucous plug is a good predictor of when a woman goes into labor. Women lose it at 35 weeks all the time and then go on to deliver weeks and weeks later. If you're having contractions or bleeding, definitely go to L&D, but rest assured that you're unlikely to deliver premature. Have doctor check your cervix at next visit, that is a greater predictor and will yield more info
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Dr. Ron Eaker answered:

3rd trimester, what side of the vagina does the mucus plug come out of?

Either

Vagina
can come out either side
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Dr. Miguel A. Cano answered:

I'm almost positive I'm losing my mucous plug. I'm 37 weeks on Thursday. How soon does that mean l will go into labor?

Soon...maybe

Labor
Usually within 2 days is what we're taught... After doing this for over 20 years, I've learned that the wait can be much longer. If it's truly a mucous plug from cervical change & with increasing contractions; you may deliver within the week. But, remember, your baby hasn't read the same books & will come when it's ready! ;)
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35 weeks prego,lost mucous plug last week, has clear water like discharge that drips after peeing. Can this be amniotoc fluid& shouild i b concerned?

Yes

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Call your doctor immediately and be evaluated for amniotic fluid. Babies can develop severe infections if the water sac is ruptured for prolonged periods of time.
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Dr. Daniel Rychlik answered:

Is losing your mucous plug a sign of fertility?

No

Fertility
Fertility is very dependent on age of the women. ALL women become infertile. Over the age of 40 it becomes very difficult to achieve pregnancy therefore seeking a fertility expert should be a high priority
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Dr. Alan Patterson answered:

How long after losing mucous plug will labor start?

ASK YOUR OB

all ?s like this should be directed to your OB !!! since your OB will be delivering you, there is no set time could be 1or 2 days or 1- 3 or more weeks depending on how far along u are,, my advice ( since I have done over 5K deliveries) do not go past your due date, not worth it, and a recent study showed the ideal time for the baby to be delivered is 39-40 weeks, induction is safe and easy
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Dr. Alan Patterson answered:

If ur 12wks pg& lose ur mucous plug is it safe?? Please HELP,, ASAP

U do not get

Obstetrics
a mucous plug at 12 weeks, if u have excessive discharge u need to see your OB for an exam, cultures and an ultrasound to make sure the cervix is not trying to become incompetent SO CALL YOUR OB
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If u lose ur mucous plug when ur 12wks pg, is that a sign of m/c? Read that mucous plug grows back.Very Worried,HELP..ASAP

No

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You may have discharge with mucus but this does not mean miscarriage. Bleeding is a sign of miscarriage. If you have had premature deliveries then you may need to get followed by ultrasound, but u should be fine, good luck.
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I am four months pregnant and i was wondering if i could take musonex? They said that i could risk thinning my mucous plug and losing my baby.

Sure - go ahead.

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Based on the limited data, an increased risk of adverse birth outcomes has not been observed following maternal use of guaifenesin in pregnancy. Alcohol may be present in some liquid formulations of guaifenesin. If consumed in sufficient quantities during pregnancy, fetal alcohol syndrome may result. Guaifenesin has been investigated as an agent to improve cervical mucus and improve fertility.
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Is it possible to start losing mucus plug at 7 months of pregnancy? And is this safe or should it get checked out? Really worried

Yes it is possible

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and no it isnot safe and should be checked out!
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