Premature birth can cause health problems for your baby, so it is important to be on the alert for any symptoms that might warn of early labor. Preterm birth is defined as delivery before 37 full weeks’ gestation, or more than 3 weeks before your due date. Some of the signs and symptoms of preterm labor are subtle and are similar to the discomforts of late pregnancy.
Call your healthcare provider if you think you are having any of the following symptoms:
Alert your healthcare provider immediately if you have any of these other pregnancy concerns: