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Pregnant. Have contractions, back ache, clumpy white discharge. What could it be?

hi, ill b 38 weeks in 2 days and been having contractions 5-4 minutes apart for 2 1/2 weeks my cervix is thinned but not dilated and the baby is way down there i also lost my mucus plug 2 weeks ago but now im having extremly bad back pain with some cramping and ive noticed a drizzle of liquid and i had a thick clumpy white dischagre that was also clear and liquid... What could this be?
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Thanx for the query.
Well u are in in terminal stage of ur pregnancy.
If u have thick white discharge that is called as "show" it means your cervix has started dilating.also u have mild contractions too.also if u have a large a,punt of fluid coming out that indicated that your bag of water has ruptured for which u should immediately
Consult a gynaecologist.
U might deliver anytime.gud luck.byeeee
Answered: Sat, 8 Jun 2013
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