Know Your Premature Birth Risk

​BECAUSE KNOWING MAKES A DIFFERENCE

THE PRETRM® TEST WILL LET YOU KNOW YOUR RISK

Learn More About the PreTRM Test For Your Pregnancy

This short video explains why the PreTRM test is so important for each pregnancy

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

Click HERE to download the PreTRM Test Guide

>1 IN 10 BABIES

are born prematurely 2

NO RISK FACTOR IN 50%

of premature births 1


​40% OF PREMATURE BIRTHS

​are to first time moms. 14



KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

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.

Click here for conversation starters about the PreTRM test.