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  1. Versie says:

    YES – not every woman will lose her mucus plug Sometimes you dilate without dilating enough to lose the plug, and contractions and labor can start before you

  2. Carie says:

    Considering your history with preterm labor and an emergency c-section, you should call the hospital, especially since your next c/s isnt planned for another 4 weeks. If you lost your plug, it means youre dilating – which still could take some time in many women, but its better safe than sorry.

  3. Samira says:

    how long after I lose the how long did it take mucus plug do I have? my friend is pregnant and before I go into labor is curious. I know there isn’t a text book answer but you

  4. Bernita says:

    Losing the mucus plug signals an upcoming labor. Some women, however, don’t go into labor for two weeks after they lose their plug. Others go into labor on the same day. The gooey mucus simply indicates cervical changes. As labor nears, the… More:http://www.ehow.com/how_5907656_lose-after-failed-labor-induction.html

  5. Mafalda says:

    Every woman and every loss of your mucus plug is going to be different. With my first, I lost it the night before I had her. I started to get contractions straight away. With this one, I am now 39weeks and 3days and I lost my first one 4 Fr… More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_soon_before_labour_do_you_lose_your_show_mucos_plug

  6. Clementina says:

    It can take up to about a week to go into labor. I would def stay ready tho. More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/When_mucus_plug_falls_out_are_you_in_labor

  7. Idell says:

    As labor approaches, you may find: your baby drops, you have more Braxton Hicks, your Here are some things that may happen in the weeks or days before labor starts: But if the contractions don’t get longer, stronger, and closer together and Having sex or a vaginal exam can also disturb your mucus plug and cause

  8. Beula says:

    Learn about the mucus plug on the cervix and how to know if you're going into Signs of Going Into Labor: Lightening or Dropping Sometimes it can be kind of strainy looking, and sometimes you'll just notice some As long as there's not a lot of blood, everything's fine and this is a completely normal thing to happen. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/video_4939990_signs-going-labor-losing-mucus.html

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