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The PreTRM test is an innovative blood test that predicts your personal risk of delivering prematurely for THIS PREGNANCY. The test result may enable you and your doctor to proactively manage your pregnancy. If you are at higher risk for premature birth there are established interventions for you and your doctor to consider to address your risk of having a premature baby. Knowing your risk can also help you plan and prepare.
The PreTRM test has been validated in a large, clinical study involving more than 5,500 pregnant patients in 11 obstetric centers across the US. The results of this study showed the PreTRM® test can identify pregnant women at risk of premature delivery early in her pregnancy and before signs of labor start.
The test validation is published as the Editors’ Choice lead article in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
It can also be found in the May 2016 issue of AJOG.
Knowing you are at higher risk in your pregnancy early, before symptoms occur, allows time for you and your doctor to be proactive in working together to help manage your risk. The following interventions have been studied in selected groups of pregnant women and have shown some benefit to prolong pregnancy.1, 8-11, 18-30
If you or your doctor would like to speak with someone about the test:
Call – 1-801-990-6605eMail – Support@PreTRM.com
The PreTRM test is one of many prenatal tests to discuss with your doctor. Download the free prenatal tests checklist to use as a reference during your next check-up.Trigger goes here
Having a baby born prematurely — before 37 weeks — can happen to anyone. It happens in 1 in 10 pregnancies and can be dangerous for your baby!31 Knowing if you are at risk for delivering your baby prematurely gives you the power to plan and to take steps to address your risk.