How do I avoid premature labor?

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 How do I avoid premature labor?






progesterone hormone


Progestin can be given to pregnant women, especially those who have experienced premature labor, or who have a short or weak cervix. This hormone can be given as a needle or placed in the vagina, which may help reduce the chance of premature labor. 


cervical cerclage

This procedure uses stitches to close the cervix during pregnancy to help avoid premature labor and is recommended by doctors if a woman has had a premature birth, a miscarriage, a short cervix, or if the cervix has begun to thin. 


Taking certain medications


Magnesium sulfate can be taken and may cause nausea temporarily, so a large dose is given first, followed by small continuous doses for 12-24 hours or longer with corticosteroids. Given to pregnant women 24 hours before, it helps to accelerate the maturation of the lungs and brain of the fetus since birth. 

Protection from infections


A pregnant woman must protect herself from infection and infections, and she can consult a doctor about vaccinations that will help protect her from certain types of infection, and she must also be careful to wash her hands with soap and water after using the bathroom not eat raw food. Meat, raw fish, or eggs. raw 

Avoid consecutive pregnancies


The mother should wait at least 18 months after childbirth before becoming pregnant, and she can do so with the use of birth control pills. The waiting period between pregnancies.

Other tips to avoid premature birth


Pregnant women can follow some tips to avoid premature birth: 


  • Quit smoking as soon as possible before or during pregnancy.
  • Avoid lifting heavy objects, strenuous work, and standing for long periods.
  • Avoid stress as much as possible and reduce stress levels through relaxation techniques, exercise, and rest.
  • Maintain an appropriate weight throughout pregnancy.