A positive test result means your body is leaking fetal fibronectin, a sign that your body may be getting ready to deliver.1 Listen to your body!
Not everyone with a positive test result delivers early. The test can be repeated as often as every 2 weeks to monitor your ongoing risk.1
Knowing this information will help you and your doctor prepare for a possible preterm birth, and take appropriate steps to help manage your pregnancy.
Depending on what week of pregnancy you are in, your doctor may suggest:2
Knowing there is a risk of preterm delivery gives you the chance to make personal and practical preparations at home with your family:
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