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Is slimy vaginal discharge a sign labor is near?

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I am 35 weeks pregnant and yesterday and today have found clear slimy but thick globs of vaginal discharge…gross, I know, but is it a sign?
I hear alot of people think it is the mucus plug, but it was clear, not reddish. Can the plug be clear?


  1. la_nena_sabe... wrote:

    It can surely be the mucus plug; the color may vary from almost clear, to yellowish or pinkish. It’s a sign that your cervix is starting to soften, shorten or dilating [this is called "prodromal labor"], and can go on for several weeks before actual labor begins. You may call your Gyno; he/she will tell you if an office visit is in order for a pelvic exam. Congratulations, and my best wishes for an uncomplicated delivery and a healthy baby!

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  2. miraclebaby_2006 wrote:

    it was your plug and i lost my plug 5 weeks before i delivered and i delivered 1 week later than my due date

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  3. Austins proud mommy wrote:

    Could be your mucus plug, but I think you more than likely still have a good month!

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  4. mummy 2 be wrote:

    i have no idear. all i do no is ive had alot of discharge from the start of my pregnancy i think its normal

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  5. Q cumber wrote:

    EWWWW grosss!!!!

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  6. Bim wrote:

    it should b small and red not blood but a plug after that your water should brake.

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  7. acey5654 wrote:

    That means it is time for you to get ready to meet your baby. Labor may not be far so make sure everything is in order and that your hospital bag is packed.

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  8. florida gal wrote:

    That’s your plug. I lost mine about a week before labor. You should alert your doctor so he/she can put the information in your records. Stay alert and watch for any signs of labor. Good luck and enjoy your new baby.

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  9. kimbo wrote:

    no, not always. although an increase in vaginal discharge during pregnancy is normal. as long as it’s not yellow or smelly.and it can increase towards the end, it doesn’t necessarily mean the labor is immanent. I had this for about the last 10 weeks of my pregnancy and was 6 days late!

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  10. foxfyre wrote:

    yes and no.. a few weeks before your due date you will lose your mucus plug. large slimy mucus membrane that has blood streaked through it.. just a little blood, a few drops, not very much at all. That just means your body is preparing for the pending birth not that you are going to go into labor any minute or anything. Some signs of impending labor include massive need to clean and prepare for the baby, called nesting, is common among women who are about to go into labor as well as the classic water breaking and the strengthing of the Braxton Hicks. But know that each woman and each pregnancy is different. Any symptom a woman tells you about her pregnancy might be totally different for you. Just be patient and go to your doctor appointments. The doc will tell you how much you have dilated and how much you have effaced which are also signs of impending birth. But even if your doc says you have not dilated much or effaced alot don’t lose heart… some of us just wait to the last minute, while others start preparations far ahead of time. Just be patient from now on you are on baby time. :)

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  11. dorikate wrote:

    yes it is, i just looked it up in a book that my ob wrote herself so call your ob and find out he or she wants to do whether they want you to wait before you go into the hospital or go in right away, but as you know it’s way too early for it, maybe your ob can do something so you don’t have a premature baby

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