The mucus plug is a normal part of pregnancy. During your pregnancy, mucus accumulates in the cervix, forming a plug that protects your baby by preventing bacteria or infection from entering the uterus. You can think of it like a seal creating a barrier between your uterus and your vagina.
A mucus plug is a collection of jelly-like mucus that forms inside the cervix during pregnancy. Its purpose is to act as a barrier between the vagina and the uterus. This helps to protect the pregnancy by preventing potentially harmful bacteria and viruses from entering the uterus.
The mucus plug is a clear, sticky, gelatinous glob of mucus. It can also be yellow or brown. It should not be bright or dark red, though, so if you think it is, give your practitioner a call. Your mucus plug always discharges before you deliver. However, while some women notice the plug passing, others miss it entirely.
What is a mucus plug? As the name implies, mucus that accumulates in the lungs can plug up, or reduce airflow in, the larger or smaller airways. In the smallest airways, mucus plugs lead to collapsed air sacs, or alveoli. If enough alveoli are blocked, a person’s oxygen levels will be negatively impacted over time.
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