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Old 01-03-2013, 01:53 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by harmoni247
The chance of having a premature birth increases if you've already had one, that is backed by studies. However, as far as I know, premature is prior to 36 weeks.
According to the doctors (including a neonatologist) when he was born, the 36th week is considered premature. He was on the late end of that and we're very happy he's healthy, but that's why I worry that another baby might come earlier.
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