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Preterm Birth Interventions: Strategies During Pregnancy to Prevent Preterm Births

Preterm birth—or premature birth—is a delivery that happens before the end of 37 weeks of pregnancy. Premature babies face a higher risk of health problems than babies born at full term. It’s no wonder that many pregnant women are interested in learning more about how they can prevent preterm birth. In this article, we provide resources that will help you stay informed about preterm birth interventions. We will cover the latest information on how to determine the risk of preterm birth, how preterm labor is diagnosed, and the current strategies to prevent preterm births.

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Talk to your doctor today about the PreTRM Test for your individual risk assessment.