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Being A Twin Triplets
Your call: I don't know if the answer to this is really medical. I see no problem with dressing them alike on occasion, as it might be cute, but whether fraternal or identical, they are individuals and dressing them differently can foster their sense of individuality. Of course when they are older they can decide for themselves. My daughters (not twins) like to wear matching outfits once in awhile... ...Read more
Under natural conditions, your chance of having a pregnancy with more than one baby is relatively low (approximately a 1.5% chance). However, the number of multiple births has increased dramatically over the past 15 years. There are two specific reasons contributing to this increase. The first one is the use of fertility drugs and in-vitro fertilization. The second is the increase of pregnancies in older moms, who have an increased likelihood ...Read more
A tough decision: This is a question with medical, personal, personal religiousbeliefs, and answers only bestmdiscussed with your partner, and your doctor together. The risk with triplets is far more than just premature delivery and c section. The risk of fetal reduction, while low, is still a factor you must be comfortable with. Talk with your doctor, ask as many questions as possible and take time to decide. ...Read more
Yes: Triplets may represent twins and a singleton or three separate fetuses. Conjoined multiple births have been describe, but usually the conjoined fetuses are monozygotic (identical twins) with other singleton fetuses that in toto make up multiple fetuses in a given gestation. See bernirscke, k. The placenta, springer 2006. ...Read more
Earlier, smaller: The risk of preterm birth is higher for several reasons; triplet birth is likely to be earlier than that of twins. In addition, there is greater risk of growth problems, deformations from crowding, malpresentation. For the mother of triplets, the risks from abdominal delivery are higher than those of women with twins delivered vaginally and possibly abdominally, depending on the size and position. ...Read more
Probably not: Developmental delay/disabilities have many causes, most of which are not genetic. If you are known to carry a genetic disease associated with developmental disability, testing can usually be performed on each fetus individually while still in the uterus. If you are thought to have identical (monozygotic) twins or triplets, then they would all share identical genes. ...Read more
I was conceived triplets earlier and had undergone reduction in which I lost my twins, then during my six month, lost my other one also, y so?
I am very sorry: I am so sad for your situation. I would try to answer if you would post a question. ...Read more
No dose related: No dose related increase, but there is an increase from about 1 in 90 to 1 in 20. So about a 5 percent of twins. ...Read more
My first beta hCG was 1030 on 18/06/14 and second beta hCG was 4631 on 21/06/14...What are chances twins or triplets?
Please i would like to have twins or triplets , could you tell me the best fartility drugs for that?
Clomid/HMG if needed: These two drugs should only be used if you are not ovulating and it is indicated by a md. ...Read more
In vitro how expensive is in vitro ...And how successful is it? ...What is the rated of in vitro single...Twins....Triplets....Quads...And more?
Yes: Success rates vary pending on the ivf clinic you are at. Clinics now follow sart guidelines so risk of multiples is significantly reduced. ...Read more
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