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Just passed something weird - TMI warning

(7 Posts)
lilygirl81 Sun 03-Apr-16 08:33:23

For background, I'm 23+2. I had a cervical stitch put in just over a week ago and have had varying degrees of cramping since. I had a scan on Thursday which showed everything looking good and cervix firmly closed.

I've just been to the loo, and when I wiped there was a weird, fleshy looking lump an the paper. There was some mucus but mostly it was flesh coloured and firm. I did eventually flush it, but now wondering if I should have kept it to show someone.

I've googled mucus plug images and it really looked different to them. Any ideas what this could be?

Afreshstartplease Sun 03-Apr-16 08:36:51

No ideas but I think you should get checked out

ricketytickety Sun 03-Apr-16 08:45:04

Ring your midwife. My mucus plug was like mucasy bloody blobs, but if it dried out a bit it might be more firm? I think only your midwife could help you here. Have you a number to call on a Sunday? It's just you mention cramps and a stitch so don't think you should wait it out.

Snorkmaiden123 Sun 03-Apr-16 09:53:52

I think I had something like this with my first baby at around 35 weeks. I can only describe it at a piece of uncooked chicken. I phoned the midwife and she said it sounded like my plug but I still don't know if it was or not. On the bright side I didn't go into labour for another 7 weeks so it clearly wasn't a sign that birth was imminent. For me anyway.

lilygirl81 Sun 03-Apr-16 09:58:27

Thanks everyone, I've called and I'm to pop in to get checked over. Fingers crossed there is nothing to worry about

PotOfYoghurt Sun 03-Apr-16 10:17:17

Good luck op.

lilygirl81 Sun 03-Apr-16 15:07:29

Hospital just as confused as me, no idea what it was, but baby totally happy and no contractions so told it's just one of those weird pregnancy things smile

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