A typical pregnancy lasts up to 39 to 40 weeks. Premature labor is defined as going into labor earlier than 37 weeks. While in the womb, your baby grows until they're ready for birth. If preterm labor is detected, this growth process will stop midway and the baby might face issues right after they are born. […]
The pregnancy journey is highly delicate, and it's best that you work with a team of medical professionals. Learn more about the common complications mothers may face during pregnancy.