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I know this is major TMI but I have been paying close attention everytime I use the restroom and i keep noticing these tiny little mucusy looking pieces , could this be peices of the plug?

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Yep, definitely! I just noticed small pieces of red-tinged mucus just now too. Guess things are moving along!
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Isn't it standard to lose bits at a time?
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Ilost bits at a time over a three week period and then lost alot a few hours before i went into labor.
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Isn't it standard to lose bits at a time?

I have no idea that's why I asked.

I guess this must mean something is going on:.

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So does this mean I'm starting to dilate? Cause as of my last appointment on friday I was 80% effaced but not dilated.

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A very good sign that you are dilating!

I didn't lose any of mine until I was almost fully dilated and then it was still just a little. I don't know if I just didn't have much of one to start with or what.

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Awesome!!!! Thanks mama

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I noticed that I had way more clear discharge than usual today, and one time it looked a tiny bit stringy. Nothing pink tinged though. How funny is it that I am getting so excited over things I see in my tp. hahahha Come on out baby!!!
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I lost my mucus plug 2 nights ago and I am still having major mucus slime comeing out. I need to wear pads.
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That's how I lost mine during two of my pregnancies. It came out in pieces, first clearish then brownish with with streaks of blood.

Mom of a 7 yr old, 4 yr old, and 1 yr old. Wow. How did that happen?
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I have no idea that's why I asked.
Sorry, that was because I wasn't sure if I'd gotten it right, I just thought I remembered reading about that happening with people. Phrased it as a question so people would feel free to step in and say I was wrong if I was.
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I guess this must mean something is going on:.
I think so! Pretty sure it means dilating!
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Yep, definitely! I just noticed small pieces of red-tinged mucus just now too. Guess things are moving along!
Yay for you! That's sooo exciting. I'm jealous!


TMI - I examine every piece of TP I wipe with like it's from a crime scene right now. I got all excited cause i saw something in the toilet last night, but turns out it was a pre - existing loogey from my husband. YUCK!!

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