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wet patch in knickers, they told me to go to labour ward now. Would you wait until tomorrow?

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ChocFudgeCake Thu 16-Jul-09 22:27:09

Hi, today at 7pm I went to the loo and noticed a wet circle in my knickers. I was not desperate for a wee, so I thought "a bit odd". I'm 38 weeks +, came home called labour ward, just to do the right thing, and was told to go tonight to be checked. Now I'm embarrased that it might have been a wee that I didn't feel! But normally I don't leak. It was just a little patch and nothing since. It's going to be a c/section. Would you go straightaway? I think I will, but wanted some opinions, thanks!

makedoandmend Thu 16-Jul-09 22:30:23

This happened to me - I went in and it turned out to be nothing - but I'm glad I went all the same. I don't think you can just ignore things at this late stage.

ChocFudgeCake Thu 16-Jul-09 22:32:53

Thanks, makedoandmend. DH just came back, so he'll be staying with the children. I'll just instruct him not to call around people, in case it's nothing and I end up explaining that it was a wee!

stroudgreenie Thu 16-Jul-09 22:53:40

I was in the same position at 37 weeks, wondering whether to bother to go in as they asked, thinking it was a bit of a drag. Six hours later I was holding a baby. Good luck!

hanaflower Thu 16-Jul-09 23:10:40

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suwoo Thu 16-Jul-09 23:28:11

I am 36 weeks and have been pissing myself consistently since before 20 weeks. If I am not wearing a tena lady the wee can drip right down my leg and I don't feel it at all.

It may be your waters, it may be wee grin

Good luck either way.

Ledodgy Thu 16-Jul-09 23:29:56

Smell it. Waters often smell sweet and very different to urne.

Ledodgy Thu 16-Jul-09 23:30:04

*urine

puffylovett Thu 16-Jul-09 23:37:43

I remember my waters had the oddest smell, like sperm <boak>

ChocFudgeCake Fri 17-Jul-09 19:48:30

Hello! Thanks for your posts. I'm still here pregnant.
The midwives at labour ward pulled a face and laughed at my 'symptom' angry . I told them I had been ASKED to go by another midwife. Still they made me wait a long time and then put me on the monitor for baby's heartbeat and contractions. After a nice (ouch) internal examination, it was concluded that it was only discharge (no wee! haha at least she said that and made me feel better ) So at 3am I could come home by taxi on my own, only to be woken up by DS at 7:30. I hope not to have another "wet patch" before the caesarean.

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