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    Default Pregnant after twins

    Just wondering if anyone went on to have another pregnancy after ID twins and was it twins again or a singleton? Also if you had cholestasis during a twin pregnancy did you then have it with subsequent pregnancies?

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    Singleton for me!
    And of all the multi mums I personally know, only one went on to have a subsequent set of twins.
    If you're concerned it's a good ground for having an early scan- my dr couldn't get me in there fast enough

    No cholestasis (I think I've spelled that Ok?) here so I can't help with that, sorry!

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    We had fraternal twins in 2013 and we also have a four year old, we are trying again at the moment so I'll keep you updated

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    Just an update for those interested. I found myself unexpectedly pregnant, twins are 3 and singleton is 5. Had a scan yesterday which showed ONE baby, phew!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summakh View Post
    We had fraternal twins in 2013 and we also have a four year old, we are trying again at the moment so I'll keep you updated
    Good luck!

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    I had one boy, twin daughters, identical twins, and then one son. all just naturally conceived, no fertility problems. I don't know what 'cholastatis " is.??


 

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