Prematurity Program helps women avoid repeated preterm birth
Carrying your baby to full term is not just your goal, it’s ours, too. Babies born too early may have serious health problems, such as brain damage, asthma, vision or feeding difficulties, jaundice and intestinal complications. The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s Prematurity Program helps women with a history of preterm birth avoid another.
Our program is recognized nationwide for its high level of patient interaction, research and community outreach. Here, you’ll receive personalized, comprehensive and knowledgeable attention from our team of maternal fetal medicine physicians and specialized nurses, from as early as 10 weeks into your pregnancy.