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    Bella_Dawn posted:
    Had an amnio done a few weeks ago not voluntarily, went into pre-term labor. Now the results came back and all the doctors will tell me is that they need to do more blood tests due to urea plasma. I've tried to search for more information on what that means, but no luck. Please, if you have had this result before or know anything about it let me know.
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hello Bella_Dawn and welcome!

    I am sorry to hear about your pre-term labor. If you do not understand the reason or results of a test, please persist in asking your doctor(s) and/or nurse(s) until you get answers.

    Let us know what you find out,

    Byroney
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