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Military Wives at Risk of Pregnancy Problems

July 11, 2017

If you are pregnant and your baby’s father is deployed, be careful: a study, published in Obstetrics & Gynecology, found that expectant military wives left behind when their husbands are fighting overseas are three times more likely to experience premature birth or postpartum depression.  Make sure your doctor or mid-wife knows your husband is deployed so they too can be alert for signs of danger for you and your baby.

Being pregnant while your military spouse is deployed increases the risk of preterm labor.

If you or your baby suffered an injury due to a failure to timely diagnose and treat preterm labor, please call our Military Birth Injury Help Line at 877-695-8757 (calls answered 24/7), e-mail us at LawHelp@militarymedicalmalpractice.com, or fill out the contact form on this page so we may help you.



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