How long after losing mucus plug before the baby comes?
Every woman is different so it could be anywhere from a few hours to a week or more.
the more milk you give your baby the more mucus comes up. Read More
It is safe to swim in a pool after losing your mucus plug because your membranes are what's keeping the baby safe. Your membranes break when your water breaks. http://en.allexperts.com/q/ObGyn-Pregnancy-issues-1007/Mucus-Plug.htm Read More
Yes in fact most of the time milk is literally streaming from the udder, or sometimes it can just sort of leak. But, beware, if the mare is losing milk long before the baby comes it is not really a good thing because the mom is losing alot of nutrients that the baby needs. Read More
What does greenish mucus mean when your 9 months pregnant could it be a sign of a yeast infection i dont know please tell me?
It sounds as though you may be losing your mucus plug before going into labor. Sometimes it is greenish. If your waters go and they are greenish too get to the hospital asap as the baby may be having a bit of trouble. Read More
if you are talking about the process to form a baby inside the womb nothing comes before sperm it is there from the beginning Read More
No! Just except the baby and raise him/her as your child. Read More
My baby guinea pig was very plump when you got him all of a sudden last night we notice he is weak and losing weight He is bleeding a little and discharging some mucus with bowel?
you should take him to the docter or her Read More
After checking with an OB, it is safe to swim in a swimming pool after your mucus plug has come away. Once your waters break, under no circumstances should you sit/swim in any stagnant water, even a personal swimming pool. The baby is no longer protected by the amniotic fluid. Read More
there isn't one I think most people would say they had a miscarriage before about 16 weeks and that they had lost the baby after that. Read More
You are 37 weeks pregnant and lost your mucus plug now Two days later nausea and cramping is this normall and when could you deliver?
First, you should call your doctor, right now. Second, any baby delivered after 36 weeks is considered full term, so losing your mucus plug at 37 weeks is normal. Read More
The majority of OB/GYNs recommend to wait a minimum of 6 months before conceiving again. Read More
I am 2 CM 75 effaced my Mucus Plug fell out the other morning when do you think Labor will start Hopefully u will not tell me when the baby is ready I am sooo uncomfortable. I also have Toxemia.?
i think that if the mucus plug comes out, you're labor should start in 24 to 48 hours. Read More
if your looking to lose your mucus plug to start labour, this may not happen as you can lose your mucus plug as little as 26 weeks and not go into labour. i would highly not advise you to purposely lose your mucus plug as it is what prevents bacteria getting to the baby!!!!!!!! let it happen naturaly its much safer for your baby!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 Read More
A 'show' refers to the plug of mucus from the opening of the cervix coming away as the cervix starts to prepare for the birth. It can come away gradually or all at once, and may not come away until right before the baby emerges or days before labour starts. It looks like thick mucus and may be tinged with blood. Read More
Natural sentences are when the subject comes before the verb. For example: The baby kangaroo hides in its mother's pouch. The subject is kangaroo and the verb is hides. Kangaroo comes before hides so the sentence is natural. An inverted sentence is when the verb comes before the subject. An example is In its mother's pouch hides the baby kangaroo. The subject is kangaroo and the verb is hides. The verb comes before the subject… Read More
Yes,you can.The plug can stay put until the late stage of labor- just before the baby is born(how it manages to,I can't figure out!), but much more commonly it comes away much earlier.Sometimes you might lose it without noticing,such as when your waters break. Read More
Just by having blood it dosent mean your losing your baby but yes i think it is check with a GP or a nurse. Read More
Yes, I did with my first baby. I was waiting and waiting for that mucas plug to fall out until one night my water broke. Came as a big surprise but I preferred it that way. No thinking oh it is almost time, IT WAS TIME!! Read More
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Yes so paint the nursery before the baby comes home. Read More
You're probably seeing colostrum which comes in before milk, and that is normal. Milk comes in a few days after the baby is born. Read More
A mucus membrane is what protects an unborn baby in the uterus. Read More
i would probably suggest talking to your bf/gf about the disision before anyone. then your parents if your going to. then think of everything that comes along with having a baby. Read More
What you're seeing is probably colostrum which comes in before milk; this is normal. The milk comes in a few days after the baby is born. Read More
I was told by my midwife that it's fine to have a bath after you have lost mucus plug, because baby is still protected by amniotic sac. Read More
It depends on how many times you have fallen. If you have fallen more than 25 times the chances of losing your baby is about a 50% chance. Read More
Yes, I would think you could. Pregnancy lasts 38 weeks usually and usually you lose your mucus plug a few days before labor. It could be a sign of premature labor. I would call your DOCTOR if this is happening to you. Your DOCTOR may want to see you as premature births can be hazardous to the baby. Read More
The state of California allows for 4 weeks of disability coverage before your delivery. Read More
A normal gestation period for humans is 42 - 44 weeks from conception until birth Read More
see a doctor even if you are on birth control there is a chance of getting pregnant and the mucus you had could have been from the baby attaching itself to your uterus. Read More
You have to do it someday..well before the baby comes out. Just do it because it's easier than him finding out when you're having the baby. Read More
Physically she can get pregnant right before she gets her period for the first time since you always ovulate first. When it comes to maturity and be able to provide for the baby you have to wait until after school. Read More
yes i have had two baby raccoons and at about 4.5 to 5 mths they will start losing their baby teeth Read More
To get the baby crying - a newborn babies throat is full of mucus, they need to cry it out. A fairly soft slap usually got a baby to cry. Read More
Really no, Dylan is growing up so he is losing all his baby fat. Dylan was never fat or over weight, just had left over baby fat he had to get rid of. Read More
This is the result of your uterus stretching to accommadate your babies arrival Its the way the uterus resizes itself before and after the baby comes Read More
yes it is.... Read More
They begin losing their smaller baby teeth around four months of age. Read More
A baby should never be losing weight. It should only be gaining weight as it grows. Read More
If you've already lost your mucus plug and you have strong pains in your pelvis and legs at 36 weeks pregnant could you in labor?
as soon as you lose your mucus plug you should go to the hospital cause the baby is on its way Read More
When you are pregnant you have a mucus plug that is there to stop bacteria entering your uterus and harming the baby. As you approach your due date and your cervix thins and dilates, the mucus plug can come out. It is just like a big bit of goo. Some women report seeing it fall into the toilet. Some women never notice it go. And sometimes it is still there when you go into labour… Read More
It could be hours, days or weeks. In my case, I was 36 weeks 6 days, lost the mucous plug and had the baby 5 hours later. But, from what I've read, there is no firm correlation between how dilated you are or losing the plug and the length of time you have left. Read More