Preterm Birth and Prevention Resources for Patients
Babies born preterm, before 37 weeks of pregnancy, can experience major health problems and lifelong disabilities. Preterm birth is also the leading cause of infant death in Ohio. While anyone can have a preterm birth, some women are at greater risk.
If you are pregnant or planning to have a baby it is important to understand if you are at risk of having a preterm term birth and how progesterone can help give your baby a healthy start.
Learn About Ways you can give your baby a healthy start
Reducing Preterm Birth
" My main concern was to assure my baby would be able to survive if she came early. If I didn't have progesterone, she probably would not have made it."
-Patrece of Columbus, Ohio
“I now have two children, and without progesterone I never would have had a child.”
-Jieney of Westerville, Ohio
“I wish I would’ve known about progesterone and the options out there from the beginning.”
-Angela of Junction City, Ohio
Watch Stories from Families
After having previous preterm births, hear how progesterone helped these families have happy, healthy pregnancies.