The prenatal DHA test measures the omega-3 fatty acid known as docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) during pregnancy. Omega-3s have been associated with several important health outcomes for mom and baby. But recent evidence shows that higher levels of the omega-3 DHA during pregnancy is strongly associated with a lower risk of premature birth.

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