I have dilation, loss of mucus plug and contractions, what should I do?

CALL YOUR OB NOW. Assuming u are term or eariler call your OB now, if u were my pt i would send u to l&d to be assessed to see if you are in labor.

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35/36 wks, Last wk had bad contractions 35 in 3 hrs., Sat. Dilated 1cm. Wed. Loss mucus plug. Back/pelvic/hip pain & disabled vet w/120-heart rate.

Call your OB. This is clearly a situation that is best to call your obstetrician where you are getting your prenatal care. If you're not getting prenatal care, go to an ER where there is obstetrical support. Hope this helps, and good luck with the rest of the pregnancy. . Read more...

So I'm 39wks and 2days and I lost my mucus plug? Is labor approaching? And is it possible to dilate etc. Without feeling any contractions?

Yes and yes. Cool that you got to see passage of your mucus plug! A lot of patients miss that special moment. Absolutely you can dilate without feeling it. You'll start feeling it when your body ramps up the speed and the little munchkin starts to put pressure on the thinning, dilating cervix to descend down the vaginal canal. . Read more...

37/38 wks preg contractions daily only 2cm 50% dilated. Had sex last night right after started to lose mucus plug 3rd preg will this baby come soon?

How soon is soon? You are in the phase where labor could start today or may not happen for a couple of weeks. It is not possible to predict. Testing vaginal fluid for fetal fibronectin may help in prognostication. Read more...

I'm 38 weeks & 6 days, dilated 4cm since last wed, lost my mucous plug too, no contractions only bad back pain can doc break my water or induced me?

Yes. Can: yes. Should: maybe. Most conscientious obstetricians do not induce a woman electively (just for convenience) before 39 weeks. If this is your first pregnancy, and your cervix is not favorable, then inducting you now would increase your risk of cesarean section for failure to get into labor. A favorable cervix is not only dilated, but thin, soft, forward, and with baby's head low. Read more...