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Twin/Triplet pregnancy

Twin-triplet pregnancy

Overview

If you’re expecting more than one child, you’re experiencing multiple pregnancies.

When more than one egg is fertilized, it’s more likely to result in more than one pregnancy. A fertilized egg may divide into two or more embryos, each of which develops into a child.

A fertilized egg splits into two identical twins. They are genetically identical and physically similar. Fraternal twins are infants born when two separate eggs are fertilized by two different sperm. They don’t share DNA with any other sibling from the same parents’ pregnancy.

Everything You Need To Know About Twin/Triplet pregnancy

What are multiple pregnancies?

When you’re pregnant with more than one child, you’re said to be experiencing multiple pregnancies. Twins are two infants in one mother’s womb. Having three kids in a single pregnancy is referred to as having triplets. More than three infants may be carried at once (high-order multiples). Multiple pregnancies entail greater hazards than singleton pregnancies (which carry only one baby).

How do multiple pregnancies happen?

Multiple pregnancies occur for two primary reasons:

  • Ovum divides into two before they are implanted in the uterus.
  • When different sperm fertilize various eggs at the same moment, the result is a fertilized egg.

Multiple pregnancies may result in identical or fraternal siblings depending on the kind. The distinction between identical and fraternal children may be traced back to the process through which a woman becomes pregnant numerous times.

When a single egg is fertilized and subsequently divides, identical twins or triplets are born. The two embryos that have just been split are identical. All of the children in an identical multiple will have the same physical characteristics, including gender.

A distinct sperm fertilizes one set of eggs, resulting in the development of multiples of the same sexes. The genetic material is diverse due to the utilization of several eggs and sperm. These kids aren’t going to look the same, and they may be of various sexes as well.

Having triplets or more increases the risk of having identical or fraternal children, or a mix of the two. Your body may release several eggs, and if more than one is fertilized, this issue arises. When there are identical and fraternal multiples, one of the fertilized eggs splits, indicating that more than one egg was fertilized.

Signs and symptoms of multiple pregnancies

You may be carrying twins if:

  • Your breasts hurt.
  • Pregnancy hunger or rapid weight gain.
  • Several sections of your tummy move at the same time.
  • You’re severely morning ill. Morning sickness is nausea and vomiting that occurs in the first few months of pregnancy.
  • Your doctor hears several heartbeats or notices your uterus is bigger than normal.
  • You have high amounts of hCG or alpha-fetoprotein in your blood. HCG is a pregnancy hormone. Alpha-fetoprotein is a protein produced by a developing infant.

Ultrasound can determine whether you’re carrying multiples. It utilizes sound waves and a computer to display a baby’s image.

When to see a doctor?

While every pregnancy is unique, most twin moms will have more prenatal appointments than single moms. If your twins share a placenta, you will need to monitor them more often.

Prenatal checkups may be similar to those of a singleton pregnancy until the end of the second trimester. You’ll be seen more often since pre-eclampsia and premature labor are more likely.

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