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Woman Pregnant With Twins
How many extra calories does a woman pregnant with twins need? (e.G. If a normal diet is 2000 do they need 3000 or 4000?)
300 Kcal more.: Only 300 kcals more in comparison to women pregnant with singleton fetus are needed for women carrying twins (i.e. 600 kcals more than non-pregnant women of similar size). Please note, however, that the twins with the best outcomes are born to women with the most weight gain during pregnancy (up to 55 lbs). ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
If a woman is pregnant with twins but one made it to the uterus and the other is tubal what would happen?
Is it normal for a pregnant woman with twins to have brown discharge when she wipes after urinating?
Please let your: Obstetrician know as brown discharge is likely blood. Take care and congratulations. ...Read more
Reading up on breastfeeding + read that women w/twin pregnant will have enough milk for 2 babies. Then can I exclusively b/f my twins if that's the case?
Feeding twins: Provided that you adequately support your own body with nutrition, hydration, rest and stress management, you may very well be likely to successfully nurse twins. Frequent weight checks for your infants will reassure you if they are getting enough breast milk for adequate growth. Good luck, and good choice! ...Read more
Hope my answer helps: Twins are 2 embryos implanting. The risk of miscarriage with one embryo implanting ia approximately 15% and with 2 embryos this risk is bound to double. In addition, some of the twin pregnancies are from cleavage of 1 embryo that is associated with errors such as unequal DNA material in the 2 embryos. This results in miscarriage in most instances as a protective mechanism. Good Luck! ...Read more
No: Having a miscarriage doesn't tell on the incidence of twin pregnancies subsequently. ...Read more
Yes, it: A history of multiple pregnancies on either side can increase the likelihood of A multiple pregnancy. ...Read more
AM 6 MONTHS PREGNANT WITH TWIN ONE IS STILLBORN AND THE OTHER ONE IS ALIVE WHAT ARE THEY GOING TO DO?
Very high risk: This is a very high risk situation and should be handled one on one. Hopefully you have an Obgyn and possibly a Perinatologist involved in your care who can help guide you through the process. In general the pregnancy would be continued focusing on the safety of the live twin. The type of twins, location of babies, status of amniotic fluid and cervix are important factors. ...Read more
I'm 25 week pregnant with twins and I what to knew more about week 25 with twin? What Esc can I do keep twins and I heath?
Consult OB: You should be under the care of an obstetrician, for the sake of your and your babies' health. Regular ante-natal check ups are important. If you do not have an OB, please contact your local planned parenthood organization for advice. ...Read more
Does pregnancy increase or decrease a teen's final height? If one of 2 identical twin sisters got pregnant at 14 yrs, which twin would end up taller?
Height: The non pregnant twin would be taller. ...Read more
13 weeks 4 days pregnant with fraternal twins, one twin is 78mm and the other is 72mm are these sizes average for how far iam? Or are they too small?
I just had twin girls 4months ago, seems I am pregnant again! I know it can be risky, but do I need to be very concerned? Will my body be able to take it
Odds of having complications pregnant with twins? My dad is a fraternal twin and my boyfriends dad is a fraternal twin, are my chances high for twins?
Probably not: The fact that both are twins probably doesn't increase your chance of twins. In general spontaneous twin pregnancies are pretty safe. Just have a higher chance of a cesarean delivery.. ...Read more
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
I am 8 weeks pregnent through IVF and I have had 2 fresh embryo transfers, 5 day. My Beta yesterday was 180012, could there be s chance it's twins?
8 weeks pregnancy:
Here is a female who is 8 weeks pregnant via IVF with transfer of two embryo and hcg yesterday was 180, 012.
The chances of multiple gestation with IVF is about ten percent and is possible. It is imperative to get a transvaginal ultrasound to confirm location and the number of fetus for reassurance. Good luck. ...Read more
Good change: An increase of more than 66% in 48 hrs is very reassuring. Beyond that no conclusions can be made. ...Read more
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
Problematic: The laboratory may not have known that this was a twin pregnancy. Ask to see the laboratory report, with regard the accuracy of the risk calculations in a twin pregnancy. ...Read more
What are the chances being pregnant with twins and the twin remaining hidden on a 12 week ultrasound?
Not likely: If there's twins, it would be unlikely that the other twin would not be seen. ...Read more
How does a pregnancy results in twins. What should we do get pregnant which will result in twin babies.
I am pregnant with twin one boy and one girl I am having a baby right now I need help with the push the baby out of me today?
Heed your OB MD: You need to pay attention to your currently treating OB MD for best advice and results. ...Read more
16.1 wks pregnant with twins felling movement at left side twin A but not on other side. Is it normal to feel one baby earlier than other?
Hard to discern: At 16 weeks, it is very hard to discern which twin A or B is actually the movement that you are detecting as the uterus is only 4 centimeters above the pubic bone and the fetuses are extremely small. ...Read more
My wife pregnant with Monoamniotic dichronic twin. Weight difference is@32week F1 (1800)&F2 (1200). TodayF2 showing FHS -ve, We should operate or wait?
Specialist: Individual cases need to be discussed one on one especially in a high risk pregnancy like this, . I'm also not sure what some of your abbreviations mean so it would be inappropriate to offer commentary. Contact your obgyn for guidance ...Read more