thanks. i think maybe show. no smell...
and nothing for last hour and a half or so.
i have to admit i'm a bit reluctant to ring hosp as experience tells me they'll ask me to go in and then if in doubt they'll treat it as waters breaking and induce me tomorrow. i so didn't want that to happen again. but i know they err on the side of caution for good reason.
In my case you couldn't lol!
I got it wrong and my "show" was actually my waters with miconium (or however you spell it in!) They neither trickled constantly nor gushed, just slime in my knickers and when I wiped - sorry if tmi
You actually have 96 hours according to NICE guidelines, during which time you can monitor your temp and make sure you prevent infection by not allowing uneccessary VE etc. If it was a hindwaters break, and this means the forewaters being intact, you dont need to worry about infection so much.
Trust your instincts but if I were you I wouldn't be contacting or going anywhere near the hospital for now. Patience can be a virtue if you want to avoid induction but it helps to be in tune with your body and able to read the signals. If you can relax at home you are more likely to go into labour. But if you would be more relaxed at the hospital it follows that labour might start better there.
But maybe you are a Group B Strep carrier, in which case I would recommend you follow whatever research you've done on this and what you are comfortable with.