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Why does it seem like I never feel both twins kick not even at once is it hard to tell or should I be concerned ? I do feel movements not sure who.
Faternal twins at my last u/s they where in the t shape now I'm feelings kicks all over are they able to move all around I assumed they would stay t ?
Wrong assumption: When they are small enough they will move around. As they get bigger and take up more space they will inevitably restrict their ability to move around. There growth will be monitored by your OB. There are standard growth curves. Full term for twins is frequently 38 weeks. Best wishes for a successful pregnancy. ...Read more
When will i start to feel my baby kick and is it the same feeling if am carrying twins it will it be stronger kick or double kicks same time/separate?
No teamwork: They don't gang up and double kick or synchronized kick, so you will get twice as many, in different spots. ...Read more
Yes and no: Some multiple births occur naturally at approximately the rate of: twins: 1/89 (about 1.1%) of singleton births. North american dizygotic twinning occurs about 1:83 conceptions, and triplets about 1: 8000 conceptions. In the us, there were over 136, 000 multiple human births in 2003. A traditional approximation of the incidence of twins is 1:80. The incidence increased lately due to ivf & iui. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Donor in TTTS.: Stuck twin is a descriptive term for the donor twin in a case of twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome (ttts - seen in 15% of all monochorionic/diamniotic twins which comprise 1/3 of all twins - identical in lay terms). ...Read more
Stuck twin: The term stuck twin refers to a set of twins which are sharing the same placenta. The term stuck refers to the twin which is not getting enough blood flow and has very little amniotic fluid around it. The other twin has too much blood flow and too much amniotic fluid. The condition is called twin to twin transfusion syndrome. ...Read more
Careful what U wish4: Carrying a twin pregnancy is not something anyone plans - and for good reasons: it is fraught with risks for fetal loss, preterm birth, hypertension, diabetes and maternal health problems that are not desirable. You can only take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily and try to conceive naturally - 1% of the time twins result as an accident of conception - not a planned outcome. ...Read more
Twins: There is no way to ensure that you have twins. They can run in families so you might have an increased possibility of having twins. And people that have had fertility treatment have an increased risk of having twins. It can happen when two eggs are released by the female at ovulation or when one egg splits after fertilization in which case the babies are identical twins. ...Read more
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