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  1. Hello Dear,

    Thank you for writing to us at MediMetry.
    Chances of getting preterm labour are higher when you have a history in last pregnancy. But this does not mean you will surely have premature delivery. Stay normal and follow healthy lifestyle with balanced diet and physical activity unless you have any symptoms or signs of any abnormal happening. Preterm labour is when you develop labour pains or leaking or bleeding per vaginum before 37 complete weeks. If you develop pains that are intermittent increase in frequency, duration and intensity with time and /or are associated with vaginal discharge or bleeding, visit your doctor immediately.
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