I have heard as long as their is no blood in the clumps of mucus your body and regenerate its mucus plug through out pregnancy and you can soften and thin early and still go voer your due dateView Thread
I feel your pain I have been the same way for the last few days but i am 39 weeks 3 days! All of my August mommies on my other forum are having theirs and I am happy for them but I want it to be my turn I want to be to be able to roll over in bed and sit up without wanting to die from the painView Thread
W/g: 28 lbs ( I gained 8 lbs in a week again and my dr can't figure out why )
S/c: Have been feeling sick to my stomach again and even threw up the other day also ( tmi ) looser bm and my toes keep swelling up BH/Contractions were 8-10 minutes apart for 6 hours and then went down to 5 mins apart so I went for a walk and now they are back to 10 mins apart.
Megan edd is still August 12th Team Yellow We are keeping the names a secret but we do have names picked out I have my 39 week appointment on the 10th even though I will be 40 weeks on SundayView Thread
S/c: Lots of BH and now they are starting to become more uncomfortable also ( TMI ) looser bm and just feeling icky hopefully my body is getting ready to go into labor especially since there is a full moon on the 1st
Other: not much else going on I have the baby's room done and the house is clean so nothing to do but wait
mine looked like snot lol the only way I can describe it better is ( and sorry if it's tmi ) discharge spreads its self around like if you wipe after going to the bathroom the discharge is spread on the whole piece of toilet paper where as with a mucus plug its thick and won't spread like at all ... kind of like if you have a bad cold and blow your nose thick snot doesn't spread like at all. My doctor actually told me you can lose your plug and it will regenerate it's self though out your pregnancy the only time to really be concerned is if there is an pink or red in it because then it's your bloody show and labor is closeView Thread
I have 15 days left until my edd and right now we will be sharing a room with the baby until we find a new place to move in to. the theme we chose was rubber ducks lol so everything is neutral light shades of blue, yellow and some green. once we have our baby I am sure we change the theme to something gender specific but for now rubber ducks it is View Thread
well I am still here I really hope to go in the next couple of days because my " used to be abs " are killing me from so many bh/contractions and the last few days I have had way softer bm ( sorry tmi ) and then today my mood swings went haywire and I have been way worse then normal . I guess I am just in a mood and am tired of feeling like I look like a whale and move as fast as a snail doesView Thread
for the last 2 weeks I have been just crazy itchy all over..okay mainly my stomach, legs and feet but it is driving me up a wall!! coconut oil helps me for a little while but then the itchiness starts up again...I cannot wait for this baby to get here so that the itchiness goes awayView Thread
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