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Waters going or clear watery discharge?

(13 Posts)
sepa Fri 26-Feb-16 19:26:22

Just wondering how you tell the difference between waters going and a clear watery discharge?
I'm sure it's not accidental baby kick the bladder wee spillage so it has to be one of the others?

Not sure which I would preference so close to 29th Feb grin

BikeRunSki Fri 26-Feb-16 19:27:39

How many weeks are you?

Sanch1 Fri 26-Feb-16 19:40:54

You'd know if it was your waters. I felt a pop then a huge gush! And it keeps coming every time you move, walk, change position, until you give birth.

sepa Fri 26-Feb-16 20:03:00

I'm 38 weeks today so could go any time.
I haven't felt a pop so maybe it is just the discharge

SinkyMalinks Fri 26-Feb-16 20:28:35

I didn't have an obvious "gush" of waters, but was told they had gone when I went to the hospital in labour.

Midwives weren't surprised, and I know lots of people who didn't realise they'd gone - get checked out if you're not sure.

(I was damp, but thought I was just wet from the constant baths during a long long latent labour blush )

Believeitornot Fri 26-Feb-16 20:31:07

Mine wasn't a gush either. Just a trickle which didn't really feel like discharge. It was my second though and I just knew. I went into hospital who confirmed it. But didn't start full labour until a few hours later.

Believeitornot Fri 26-Feb-16 20:31:28

There was also no pop!

MrsSparkles Fri 26-Feb-16 20:31:54

Go get checked out - they may be leaking slowly. Mine did for a couple of days before they went with a pop!

Eyre89 Fri 26-Feb-16 20:32:23

I didn't realise mine had went I thought I was wetting myself 😳 I was only 35 weeks so I think I was in denial. I only realised when pains started and I was stuck in the bath. I'd definitely get checked out.

BikeRunSki Fri 26-Feb-16 22:22:51

I"d get checked.

GoingLoopyQuickly Sat 27-Feb-16 02:34:22

Mine didn't pop with dc1 and I happened to beon the loo when it started. I just knew.

But as a hint, they usually a distinct smell of sperm (imo).

sepa Sat 27-Feb-16 08:08:10

I put a liner in because apparently waters are a bit yellow? Mine hasn't been any colour.

Being pregnant is so fustrating when you don't know what your looking out for

CatchingBabies Sun 28-Feb-16 01:18:46

Lie down for an hour or so and then stand up. Waters would pool and you'd feel a gush when you stood. If you're in any doubt you should get checked out as there is a risk of infection if they remain broken and baby does not arrive.

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