Twin Pregnancy

Finding out that you’re pregnant is one of the great joys of life. A twin pregnancy is a double blessing, but it can also carry greater risks than singleton pregnancies. Twin pregnancy is very different from being pregnant with one baby. Twin pregnancies require more monitoring than single pregnancies. Doctors tend to do more frequent ultrasounds for growth in twin pregnancies, compared with one anatomy scan and one growth scan in a singleton pregnancy. With twins, mothers gain more weight as there are two babies, two placentas, and more amniotic fluid. You also need more calories for twin pregnancies.

Frequently Asked Questions

Twin pregnancy is usually caused when more than one mature eggs are fertilized or one fertilized egg splits into two.

An ultrasound scan will effectively reveal the number of children a woman is carrying.

A lady carrying twins is twice as likely to undergo a cesarean section as it reduces many risk factors included.

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