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Overdue. Low pelvic pressure, contractions, no real pain but baby is less active and green vaginal discharge?

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Dr. Stephen Pappachen
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Check out discharge

The low pelvic pressure and contractions (usually irregular) are not to be unexpected.
However, the green vaginal discharge does warrant evaluation asap. Most likely, an infection could be present (e.g. Bv); could even be normal. Another more significant possibility is rom (rupture of membranes) with meconium (baby's bowel movement).

In brief: Check out discharge

The low pelvic pressure and contractions (usually irregular) are not to be unexpected.
However, the green vaginal discharge does warrant evaluation asap. Most likely, an infection could be present (e.g. Bv); could even be normal. Another more significant possibility is rom (rupture of membranes) with meconium (baby's bowel movement).
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