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Premature Birth Can Happen To Anyone

The PreTRM® Test will let you know YOUR risk

A premature birth, also called a preterm birth, occurs when your baby is 3 or more weeks early – at less than 37 weeks of gestation. Premature babies could experience serious complications including extended NICU stays, long-term learning and social impairment, and lung disorders such as asthma. Tragically, some may not survive.8

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Prior premature baby

increases the risk for another premature baby.7

1 in 6 African American

moms will have a premature baby.2

>1 in 10 Babies

are born prematurely.2

High Stress

can often lead to babies being born too soon.16

moms Over Age 35

have an increased risk of delivering their baby prematurely.14

moms Over Age 35

have an increased risk of delivering their baby prematurely.14

No risk factor in 50%

of premature births.1

Smokers

have a higher chance of a premature baby.16

IVF moms have 2X risk

of having a premature baby.18

Obstetricians Share Their Experience with Premature Births and the Benefits of the PreTRM Test

Dr. Lizellen La Follette Shares Being “Proactive versus Reactive” with the PreTRM Test

Dr. Barbi Phelps-Sandall Discusses the Benefits of a Predictive Test Like PreTRM

Knowledge is power

The first important step is knowing if you are at higher risk of having a premature baby. So talk to your doctor about premature birth and the PreTRM test.

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