Preterm labor can happen in any pregnancy, sometimes for no known reasons. Actually, this happens to me in my second pregnancy. This usually occurs when the body starts getting ready for birth too early due to uterine contractions that cause the cervix to open earlier than the normal or before 37 weeks of pregnancy.
Preterm labor can lead to preterm birth, which puts babies at a greater risk of low birth weight, breathing and digestive difficulties and other long-term mental and physical disabilities. Worst to happen, it will cause to baby’s short life on earth. Listed below are preterm labor signs and first aid things to do.
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