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Pregnancy. Pressure in lower pelvic, white discharge, painful contraction. Do I need check up?

Im 32 weeks pregnant and I have been having a lot of BH contractions. For the last two days I have been feeling like my legs are being ripped apart and there has been an insane amount of pressure in my lower pelvic region. Today I felt a pop and then a bunch of egg white looking discharge was in my underwear. Twenty minutes later I had a really painful contraction, but I havent had any more since then... Do I need to go in and get checked?
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query,
Feeling of pelvic pressure and slight white discharge are usually not very significant in pregnancy at this stage. But painful contractions may signify onset of preterm labour. So be careful. If you have it again , then go and meet your OBG at earliest. As you are not having any more pain and the baby 's movement is satisfactory, then there is no urgency. You can go your scheduled appointment.

Best of luck and take care..
Answered: Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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