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Progestogens for Prevention of Preterm Birth

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Progestogens for Prevention of Preterm Birth
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Publisher: AHRQ
Number of pages: 363

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Progestogens prevent preterm birth when used in singleton pregnancy in which the mother has had a prior spontaneous preterm birth or in which cervical length is short. The strength of the evidence supporting its use for these indications is moderate and low, respectively.

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