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Jelly/snotty discharge

(8 Posts)
hubbahubster Fri 18-Apr-14 20:10:46

Grim, I know...

On Weds I had some jelly-like discharge first thing, so I called the midwife who said it sounded normal. Later I had a bit more and a bit again yesterday. No blood at all and no other symptoms, baby's moving fine. Anybody else experienced this? I have one DC already but didn't have this with previous pregnancy!

LST Fri 18-Apr-14 20:20:07

How far gone are you? It could be your plug

hubbahubster Fri 18-Apr-14 20:35:19

I'm 34 weeks. Haven't had any contractions or tightenings.

Barbsta Fri 18-Apr-14 21:18:51

I had this at about 25ish weeks and now 30 weeks and all is fine smile

Poppet45 Sat 19-Apr-14 00:53:31

Conversely I had this... But shell pink tinged, at 26 +6 weeks and dd arrived within 24 hours. Get checked. A 34 weeker is nothing to worry about... Sub 28 weeks you worry. But advanced notice is v useful medically.

allisgood1 Sat 19-Apr-14 03:03:39

I would just get checked. Can you go to the labour ward? It does sound like your plug.

Roxie85 Sat 19-Apr-14 20:55:44

Clumps of jelly sound like your plug. It can reseal itself so it doesnt mean anything but good to get checked,

justhayley Mon 21-Apr-14 21:57:01

This was my first sign of labour at 34+5 weeks with DS - he arrived at 35.
I had it again at 22 weeks with current bump & panicked & called MW. Because I had a prem last time & it was my first sign of labour I had to go into hospital to be checked. I was told that mucas keeps renewing itself so not always the plug, but can also be the plug so it's worth getting checked out when it happens. I'm now 26+4 & everything is fine.
TBH had a little jelly loss again yesterday but only a pea size, I havn't called MW or got checked out again but I will if I get more or larger bits.

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