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Question: I had slight reddish discharge today morning but no pain. My due is 22 feb. Is it sign for labor?

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Answer: Yes, it can be. Redish discharge may be water broke. I went in labour and had only 2 drops leakage in 37th week and so had to deliver. Many times water breaks first and labour need to be introduced later. There are hours in delivery but u must consult ur gynae immediately.
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