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

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Dr. David Doucette
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. David Doucette
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Dr. David Doucette
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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