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    When did your twins stay in the one position? My ob says 33 weeks. Was this true for any of you?

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    Mine were in the same position the whole time, I knew early on that I'd most likely have to have a c/section.

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    Fair enough. Mine are always moving around. Right now they are beating me and each other up! Such a magic feeling.

    What was your recovery like? We're u able to have the twins with u?

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    Recovery was awful. But I am not good with anything like that as I always get infections and stuff. But, the twins were fine! They made it back to our room before I did, they didn't let me have them in recovery, but only because they were born at really late at night. So there was only one nurse in the whole of recovery. When I had my other baby he was born in the morning, so they let me bring him to recovery. It really depends on the time of day and how many staff are on etc. The twins made it back to my room before I did, but I was not long after, I was only in recovery for 30 mins or so.

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    Fair enough. Mine are always moving around. Right now they are beating me and each other up! Such a magic feeling.

    What was your recovery like? We're u able to have the twins with u?

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    Eek! Ok then. Yeh I struggle too. After my lap in nov 11 I was gone for 2-3 weeks.

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    With twin labour are my waters more likely to break spontaneously before labour begins or vice versa?

    Google isn't telling me much.


 

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