The FDA says a pregnancy test that can detect preterm birth is still being developed, but there’s no reason to think it won’t be available soon.
The new product, called HCG, is a test that detects preterm babies.
Its makers say the test has an accuracy of 99.9 percent, and it can detect the preterm baby’s heartbeat in under a minute.
It also can identify if the baby is sick, and if it has any preterm complications.
The company is testing HCG in a clinical trial in New York and Chicago.
The FDA said the test will be available in 2018.
The tests, which have a cost of $60, have been around for some time and were made available in the United States for women who were diagnosed with preterm labor.
The testing has proven controversial.
A woman who miscarried after receiving a preterm delivery sued the FDA in 2015, claiming that the test could cause brain damage.
The judge ruled in her favor, and the FDA said it would review the ruling.