Being pregnant can be the most wonderful time.
Most of the 40-week wait is spent getting ready for the little one - what name you'll give them and whether they'll be healthy.
But sometimes, your baby gets impatient, and that's when things become very tricky. Kelly Morrison was 28 weeks pregnant when her baby was born. Paul Colditz is the director of the Perinatal Research Centre at RBWH. And Janet Reddan was living far away from help when her baby decided to arrive 11 weeks early.
They all spoke to Kelly Higgins-Devine about premature babies.
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