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    Default When did your twins actually come out?

    I m now 25 weeks pregnant with twins, and my obs booked me in for c cesion at 38 weeks, but i m worried about actually having them in labour before i can make it to 38 weeks, so, would like to hear from you, when did your twins actually come out?

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    35weeks 4 days - I didn't go into labour though. I had pre-eclampsia and that just happened to be the gestation my body made it to. What sort if twins are you having? Mine were DiDi

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    Congratulations! Mine were 6 weeks premature & I went into spontaneous labour. Really smooth pregnancy, with no complications... Think they just outgrew me. All the best!

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    mine r didi(dcda) as well, n they r in different sexes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirleysmum View Post
    Congratulations! Mine were 6 weeks premature & I went into spontaneous labour. Really smooth pregnancy, with no complications... Think they just outgrew me. All the best!
    Did they have any health issues or problems when they were 6 weeks prematurely born?

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    35+2. I was induced due to lack of fluid and IUGR but had already gone into labour 3 times and spent 11 weeks in hospital in total.

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    I went into labour at 35 weeks, but it was stopped with medication and bedrest. When I say stopped, I don't mean actually stopped, but it keeps you from dialating. So I had contractions at 5 mins apart and then 3 mins apart for the next 9 days, 24 hours a day - ugh. And then I had a c/section at 36+2.

    I was booked for that date anyway, seems early now I think of it. The good thin is that when I started contracting they gave me the steorid shots for the babies lungs. So when they came they didn't need any time in SCN and made it back to our room before I did.

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    What kind of twins are you having? That makes a big difference in your chances of getting to 38 weeks.

    I do know a few twing mums who have frats who have made it to 37 weeks and later. But I would say the majority didn't make it to 38 weeks.

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    38 weeks. Induced due to pre eclampsia.

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    I had my twins at 33 weeks and 5 days they were 7 weeks early


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