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What is the quiz that determines if my baby will come early?

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Parents.com hosts a test to determine if a pregnant woman is showing symptoms of being close to delivery. A series of nine multiple choice and true/false questions helps determine the answer, which is instantly shown to the user.

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The questions involved in the test inquire about the woman's current mood, pains throughout the body and weight gain or loss, among other topics. After the answers are submitted, the website examines the information to determine if the respondent is going into labor soon. Because the test involves time-sensitive medical information, the woman has a chance to take the quiz again and receive differing results.

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