Fetal fibronectin (fFN) is a protein produced during pregnancy, which functions as a ‘glue’ attaching the fetal sac to the uterine lining.1
The presence of fFN during weeks 22-36 of a high-risk pregnancy, along with symptoms of labour suggests that the ‘glue’ is disintegrating ahead of schedule and raises the possibility of preterm delivery.2
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