Mucus plug discharge, or passing the mucus plug, is an early indication of beginning labor, according to WebMD. The mucus plug collects at the opening of the cervix during pregnanc...
During pregnancy, a mucus plug forms at the opening of the cervical canal. Its purpose is to act as a seal, blocking bacteria from entering the uterus. The loss of the mucus plug is a sign that labor may soon begin.
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.
This may start leaking out as the cervix slowly starts opening before labor, or may come out in one big chunk. I started losing my mucus plug
about a week before my baby was born.
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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 ...
The mucus plug accumulates at the cervix during pregnancy. When the cervix
begins to open wider, the mucus is discharged into the vagina and may be clear,
Throughout pregnancy, a mucus plug blocks the opening of the cervix to prevent
bacteria from entering the uterus. Before labor, this mucus plug is expelled ...
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, ...
Having sex or a vaginal exam can also disturb your mucus plug and cause you to
see some blood-tinged discharge, even when labor isn't going to start in the ...