Prematurity, being born before 37 weeks, significantly increases a baby's risk of being sick or dying. Knowing your risk early before or during pregnancy may improve your chances having a healthy baby by taking proper precautions and getting the right medical care.
This preconception preterm risk score is based on a study presented in February of 2013 at the Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine meeting.
The study was was based on over 190,000 deliveries and data were calculated based on maternal and pregnancy factors.
In less than 60 seconds you can calculate before pregnancy your presumed risk for having a premature birth.
Like most preterm risk prediction scores, this here is not 100% reliable, and in individual cases your personal risks may be different