Decreasing Preterm Pregnancy Chances

For the majority of parents, we want our children to be around the same age so they grow up together. How long do we have to wait so we won’t have a preterm pregnancy? Studies show that if you wait at least 18 months after having your child, it will greatly decrease the chance of preterm pregnancy versus someone who got pregnant with another child before the 18 months.


For more on this study, go to: Waiting 18 Months Between Pregnancies Reduces Risk Pre-Term Birth

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