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What are the chances of having twins without using fertility drugs?

What are the chances of having twins without using fertility drugs?

About 1%: Natural twins occur in about 1 in 100 pregnancies. Identical twins are roughly 1/3 of these. ...Read more

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What are the chances to have twin pregnancy or beyond in existence of uterus fibroid ?

What are the chances to have twin pregnancy or beyond in existence of uterus fibroid
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Depends: The incidence of twins depends on what part of the world you are from. In the us, the incidence is 33/1000.. Because the position of the fibroid in your uterus may be an important factor, it is difficult to say if your chances are better or worse than another patient without fibroids. Check with your OB to find out if the fibroid is near the inner surface of the the uterine cavity or the outer. ...Read more

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What are the chances of someone who has cervical incontinence and gestational diabetes carrying a twin pregnancy successfully?

What are the chances of someone who has cervical incontinence and gestational diabetes carrying a twin pregnancy successfully?

Twin pregnancy: can be risky for someone with history of gestational diabetes, but certainly not impossible. Other history heightens the perinatal risk, including placenta previa, placentia abruptio, previous C-section, previous eclampsia or pre-eclampsia, previous preterm labor or premature births. Be in close relationship with your OB physician and nurse. Good luck. ...Read more

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What can I expect a twin pregnancy to be like?

What can I expect a twin pregnancy to be like?

2 babies 2 sacs DZ: Twin pregnancies that end without complications and with successful vaginal delivery of both babies at term are rare. Women with multiple gestations are at higher risk for cesarean birth, premature delivery, preterm labor, preeclampsia, diabetes. The best way is to look at the pregnancy one week at a time, to be happy having no problems and getting to go home each visit and to accept what comes. ...Read more

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My hCG at 4w3d is 690 then at 4w5d is 1860 . Is that high ? Could it be twin pregnancy ?

My hCG at 4w3d is 690 then at 4w5d is 1860 . Is that high ? Could it be twin pregnancy ?

Good change : An increase of more than 66% in 48 hrs is very reassuring. Beyond that no conclusions can be made. ...Read more

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Are there any signs of a twin pregnancy?

Are there any signs of a twin pregnancy?

Ultrasound only!: Anyone that tells you that you can diagnose a multifetal (twin, triplet or higher-order) pregnancy without ultrasound is misleading you. Any symptoms seen in singleton pregnancies can be seen with multiples as well. ...Read more

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How much weight should I gain in twin pregnancy?

How much weight should I gain in twin pregnancy?

Depends: The recommended weight gain for pregnancy will vary depending on your prepregnancy weight. The general range is 25 to 35 pounds. For underweight women add 10 to 15 pounds and for overweight women subtract 10 to 15 pounds. The expected weight gain for a twin pregnancy will be 10 to 15 pounds greater across the ranges noted. ...Read more

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Is it dangerous to have twin pregnancy after cs by 6 months?

Is it dangerous to have twin pregnancy after cs by 6 months?

Maybe: Your doctor will discuss your particular case and explain all options and risk factors. ...Read more

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Is it dangerous to have twin pregnancy after cs by 6 months ?

Is it dangerous to have twin pregnancy after cs by 6 months ?

Yes.: If i understand you correctly, you are pregnant within 6 months of delivering via cesarean section and were just diagnosed with twins? If that is the case, you have a very high-risk pregnancy for preterm birth, uterine rupture, anemia, fetal growth abnormalities, hypertension, diabetes, previa/accreta. Please see a maternal-fetal medicine specialist asap to explore all reproductive options! ...Read more