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9 months pregnant

Im 9 months pregnant and im having a think white dischanger come out of me with pain in my stomach am i open my celieve
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Call your obgyn. She may want you to get seen at labor and delivery in your nearest hospital...
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My doctor office is close today dose that mean something bad or in labor
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My doctor office is close today dose that mean something bad or in labor
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When you call there should be an on call doctor or an answering service to connect you with your doctor. They can page your doctor and your doctor will call you and advise you as to what you need to do. I'm no doctor but if I saw discharge I'd think my mucus plug may have came out (that usually has more color to it ...) or bc your 9 months it could be the start of your cervix lining is thinning. Either way try calling your doctor's office and if that doesn't work call labor and delivery at your hospital and see if they can give u the best option.  
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Contractions are like strong menstrual cramps.. they last for a bit and slowly go away. If your having pains every 8-5min. For 30min straight I'd say just head to labor and delivery.
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Thanks i call my doctor n have a doctor appointment tomorrow mama thanks for everything
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39 weeks pregnant and im having contractions and my stomach tightening and no dilated someone please help i already see my doctor and they are say that my cervix is still close

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