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Went for per term labor, got turmaline, had brown color mucus, now diaherrea with back pain & lower abdominal cramping? Normal?

I was at the hospital 3 days ago for perterm labor. I got 3 shots of turbaline.. I think that's how you spell it.. it was to stop my ccontractions I lost parts of my mucus plug this after noon. Its sunday april 7th, It had brown color to it and now I have diaherrea with back pain & lower abdominal cramping? I just turned 36 weeks today. . Is this normal??
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
You started with preterm labour and 3 injections of terbutaline were given to you. Now you’re having lot of mucus plugs brown coloured, abdominal pain and diarrhea. These are not side effects of terbutaline.Terbutaline is bronchodilator used for bronchial asthma, but it does help in preventing premature labour. Most probably you have developed intestinal infection and consultation with treating gynecologist is advisable.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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