Blood is drawn at 19 - 20 weeks to measure proteins predictive of delivering prematurely. The test has a similar cost to other complex biomarker tests.

Here are 4 things you need to know about the PreTRM® Test and premature birth:

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1 in 10 babies are born prematurely, and 40% are born to first-time Moms.

The PreTRM test provides your risk percentage of delivering before 37 weeks. It also compares your risk to the average population risk. 

Knowledge is Power. Be better informed so you and your doctor can be proactive in managing your pregnancy.

Up to 50% of women who give birth to premature babies have no known risk factors. 

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PREMATURE BIRTH

CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE.

A New Prenatal Blood Test Gives You Information You’ve Never Had before about Your Pregnancy

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