Premature Delivery – Magsclinic

Premature Delivery

Obstetrics and Gynecology Risk

Premature delivery is when a mother gives birth to a baby more than three weeks prior to the estimated delivery date. Preterm babies often have complicated medical problems, but the degree of complications varies. Earlier the baby is born, higher are the risks of complications.

Premature babies are categorized as the following:

  • Late preterm: When the baby is born between 34 and 36 completed weeks
  • Moderately preterm: When the baby is born between 32 and 34 weeks
  • Very preterm: When the baby is born before 32 weeks of pregnancy
  • Extremely preterm: When the baby is born at or even before 25 weeks

MAGS is completely adapt to handle such premature delivery cases. We have successfully handled a case where the baby was very preterm, weighing just 600gms.

Frequently Asked Questions

If baby is born at Week 37-38 or earlier of pregnancy, it is considered as premature delivery

If baby is born at Week 32 or earlier of pregnancy, it is considered as ‘Very Premature’.

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