A cervical mucus plug (operculum) is a plug that fills and seals the cervical canal
during pregnancy. It is formed by a small amount of cervical mucus. The mucus ...
Losing your mucus plug in pregnancy means that things are moving in the right
direction. Our expert explains what it might mean for your labour. - BabyCentre.
Discharging the mucus plug — that gelatinous "cork" that seals the opening of
your uterus during pregnancy — can happen in a number of ways. Some women
Confused about the mucus plug? Learn what it is and what it means if you've lost
Mar 8, 2016 ... What is a mucus plug? What does a mucus plug look like? Does losing the
mucus plug mean that labor is starting? Find out in this article!
The mucus plug is just what it sounds like — a thick plug of mucus that builds up
at your cervix over the course of pregnancy and covers the opening of your ...
Oct 28, 2007 ... I'm 33 weeks and I have lost my mucus plug. I went to the doctors and he said I'm
nowhere near ready to deliver. He said it could be a day, ...
Losing mucus plug is common during the late stage of your pregnancy and it may
signal that you're nearing your delivery. Changes in color of mucus is one of ...
The mucus plug is an indication of labor. Once the mucus plug passes,
necessary steps must be taken to prepare for baby's arrival. What does mucus
plug look ...
If you're a first time mum you may find that your labour may not start for another
week or so after you lose the mucus plug, whereas if you've had a baby before it