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Location: New Mexico
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Topic: Previous preterm by maternal age
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Previous preterm by maternal age: New Mexico, 2017-2019 Average

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• In New Mexico during 2017-2019 (average), 1.4% of mothers under age 20 who had a previous live birth reported their previous child was born preterm (<37 completed weeks gestation), compared to 6.0% of mothers ages 20-29, 7.3% of mothers ages 30-39, and 9.2% of mothers ages 40+. 

Footnotes

  • Previous preterm birth: mother reported her previous live birth was born preterm (<37 completed weeks of gestation). Only reported for mothers who had a previous live birth.

Source

  • National Center for Health statistics, final natality data 2018.
  • Retrieved May 11, 2021, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.