Already lost mucus plug, what's the brown dischrage in panties?

Additional bleeding. I presume you are pregnant. Mucous plug is just a clot that falls off as the cervix starting changing and opening. More bleeding (slowly enough to clot and become brownish) can occur as that continues to happen. If concerned, speak your ob.

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Is it possible to lose small parts of your mucus plug? I have small booger type discharge in my underwear! (gross!)

Yes. I assume u are neat term, it can come out all at once or over a number of weeks , both cases are normal and u will notice more once your OB starts cervical exams usually at 37 wks, ideal time to deliver is 39-40 weeks - best outcome for the baby so do not go past your due date I do not allow any of my pts to go past and none of mine want to , induction is safe and easy at term and my pts want it. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: Lost mucus plug?

Mucus from Cervix. During Pregnancy, the cervical canal is plugged with mucus. During the later stages of pregnancy, the mucus plug can come out of the cervix and is seen by the expecting mother. This is a "lost" mucus plug. It may reform and mean nothing. Sometimes--especially if bloody, it heralds the onset of labor. Read more...

Lost mucus plug with some blood on friday and yesterday I lost something similar but it was yellowish in color what does that mean?

Nothing. Mucous plug has no real significance. If your water breaks or you are contracting every few minutes go to your local hospital. Read more...
Check up is needed. It may be nothing serious but you need to check up with your family physician.It is difficult to answer what it could be without detailed history and physical examination. Read more...

Only 32 weeks lost mucus plug and having lots of period like cramps?

Get checked. Any cramping at this stage needs to be checked to make sure you are not in labor, or started to dilate. Read more...

Could this be labor if 3m and 60% and lost mucus plug today with little pain?

Maybe. Labor is defined as both the presence of regular uterine contractions and cervical change over time. It is possible to have a mildly dilated cervix and not be in labor and it is possible to have regular contractions without changing your cervix. In your case it is not possible to tell with the information given. Read more...
Probably not. Labor requires cervical change as a result of regular uterine contractions. Your cervical change doesn't seem to be associated with regular contractions and would not meet the definition of labor. Read more...

Lost mucus plug day after membrane sweep does this mean its working?

First signs. Losing the mucus plug is one of the first signs that a woman will go into labor. Whether sweeping the membranes caused the mucous plug to come out or not has no impact on how labor will progress. It can take 2 or three days, though, before labor pains will start. Read more...