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    I would be seeing someone asap to help deal with your anxiety Before you make any decisions.

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    I know this is a very sensitive subject and I do not wish to offend anyone but I need some help

    I have just found out we are preg with twins. I nearly passed out with the news as I was not expecting this. I'm concerned as I already have yo beautiful boys 6 and 3 and we always wanted a 3rd but a 4th I'm feeling could be way to much financial, family etc. so many thoughts are running through my head. Help...

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    Hi, I am in the same situation. I'm pregnant naturally with twins and after having a difficult first pregnancy which resulted in a premmie with a heart condition and suffering PND the thought of twins is stressing me out. Would love some advice on who in Australia does the procedure

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    Big hugs, nothing really prepares you for that moment they tell you you have two on board, huh?!

    Twins can be hard (as can single babies!) but not as hard as you are imagining. You do have to do some things a bit differently but you will surprise yourself with how well you adapt and cope (and even enjoy it).

    You also have double the love, double the cuddles, double the joy as they get older and start to make each other giggle for hours. And while there is an increased chance of complications, the truth is the majority of twin pregnancies go smoothly - I had to be induced at 38+2 after a dream pregnancy with my twin boys (who are now 6 months old). Have they told any of you what type of twins you are having (do they have the same placenta and/or same sac or their own individual ones?).

    Please feel free to PM me if you'd like to chat - I'm happy to share my honest experiences of twin pregnancy etc if that will help with your decision making.


 

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