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    Hi all!!

    We had our scan today, bubs are measuring perfect! hearts are beating around 141 bpm which is very good, Twin A is down in my hips and Twin B is lying across the bottom of my ribs.

    Everything went well, and the sono was 75% sure that they are BOTH LITTLE GIRLS!!!!!!

    is 75% good or should i not buy anything because they will most likely be boys?

    he was the most senior sonographer there so he was pretty sure, but yea should we wait until the next scan to buy anything?
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    how did you all manage the car seat situation?

    there not the cheapest things in the world and i dont want to buy second hand...

    any tips?

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    I bought safe & sound Compqu deluxe, will last them till they are 4 & rear facing till 12kg.

    There designed for multiples & small cars. Around $400 each, works our to be $100 per year. Also most baby shops will give you a discount for multiples.

    I also found them new on Ebay for $320

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    Thanks Krystal

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    Welcome.

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    We got the same ones as Krystal, the Baby shop we got them from gave us both for $650.

    They are brilliant.

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    How are all our multiple mummies and daddies going??

    Am doing well...just flatout though. Boys are now 4 months old and showing great personalities with plenty of smiles and cooing nad aahing...they are adorable. cant believe how fast time is going. I do find though that i sometimes can't give them both enuff time as well...are any of u finding it also...?

    Gotta run..bubba crying...AAAAHHHH

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    Oh by the way any of u on FB??? Pls PM me ur details and i will add u on my friends list...its easier to keep in touch there.

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    Hi
    I'm just wondering if any one is pregnant with or has had identical twins sharing the same placenta with ony a thin membrane seperating them because i'm having identical twins like this and i've been told that twin 2 has less amniotic fluid around it and that i'm now going to be monitered even more closely because this is the ttts which causes one twin to get more nourishment than the other and can also increase pre term labour so i'm wondering if anyone has been through this with a good outcome.
    Oh i'm 23 weeks and i'm having fortnightly hospital visits and was only having the portable us scans but now i'm having proper ultrasound scans to keep an eye on them.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbs View Post
    Oh by the way any of u on FB??? Pls PM me ur details and i will add u on my friends list...its easier to keep in touch there.
    Im on FB, shall PM you.

    Quote Originally Posted by mumbron View Post
    Hi
    I'm just wondering if any one is pregnant with or has had identical twins sharing the same placenta with ony a thin membrane seperating them because i'm having identical twins like this and i've been told that twin 2 has less amniotic fluid around it and that i'm now going to be monitered even more closely because this is the ttts which causes one twin to get more nourishment than the other and can also increase pre term labour so i'm wondering if anyone has been through this with a good outcome.
    Oh i'm 23 weeks and i'm having fortnightly hospital visits and was only having the portable us scans but now i'm having proper ultrasound scans to keep an eye on them.

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    My Girls are ID mono/chori's, same as your twinnies.

    Their fluid levels were pretty much always the same or close enough to.

    I had fortnightly scans from 16 weeks till 28+3 when i delivered.

    I spent 11 days in & out of labour from 18-28+3 weeks when we called it quits & delivered. Reason they were early has nothing to do with their fluid levels or TTTS but they were monitored very closely to make sure nothing happened.

    Very happy outcome, Trip's are 1 in 4 weeks


 

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