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High risk pregnancy with multiples: Explained

bumptarabumptara admin
edited January 2016 in High-Risk Pregnancy
Pregnancy is confusing enough as is. So, it’s understandable to feel overwhelmed when you discover that you’re expecting twins.

Here, our editors share what exactly “high risk” means, and what you can do to keep things under control.

What are your tips for staying relaxed and healthy while going through a high risk pregnancy?

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Re: High risk pregnancy with multiples: Explained

  • Hi I went to the ER this morning because I started bleeding. I found out that I am 6 weeks and looks like it might be twins. I go back for blood work and ultrasound Monday. I have been told bleeding with twins is normal but I am worried. Anyone else ever have this or heard someone that has.
  • momurphmomurph member
    edited June 2017
    @gracekaniowsky1977  I have had this! Just Saturday (6w1d) had a bleed/gush and feared the worst! US today confirmed twins & 2 heartbeats. Hoping you got good news today! 
    [spoiler] TTC #1 since Jan '13. Me- 35. Healthy. DH- 43. Low morphology (4%).
    Sept 2014 to Jan 2015: 4 IUIs, all BFNs
    Mar 2015: BFP au naturale! MC at 10 weeks-monosomy X (Turners)
    9/24/15: IVF #1 ER: 16 total, 11 mature, 10 fertilized! 6 frozen 5 day blasts for testing.
    10/9/15: PGD/CCS= 2 normal blasts, frozen.
    1/5/16: FET #1 5-day AA, CCS tested blast. BFP! Beta 398, 1715, 3973. 
    1/24/16: Large bleed from SCH. HCG decreased. MC 5 days later.
    3/16-10/16: Wonky cycles, Integrin biopsy, Polypectomy, E2/lining priming.
    11/15/16: FET #2, final frozen embryo. BFN. 
    3/17-5/17: New clinic, IVF #2 w/ CCS. 5 normals frozen.
    5/24/17: FET #3. Beta #1 302, Beta #2 726. It's TWINS!! [/spoiler]
    lizgibson17
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  • I love your last sentence because I'm so exhausted and feel so guilty when I come home and go right to bed. 
    naughtypine
  • @mrslowther, Hi!  I see you haven’t posted since November, how are you and the twins? Are they mono-mono or mono di? I am just starting out my twin journey at 9 weeks and am waiting for the maternal fetal medicine ultrasound to figure out if mine our mono-mono or mono-di.  I feel like it can be overwhelming at times.
    snowbella5projectalice
  • Hi how are you doing ? I’m wondering how it all went for you - over a year ago ? I just found out I’ve got identical MoMo twins and I’m hoping to hear from anyone’s else else that has been there and might have Insight I hope everything went well for you and your family .
    knottie0fac4bfe8151face
  • @mrslowther hi! Nice to meet you. Found out I’m pregnant with MonoDi twins (identical and share the same placenta) My first US too early to see the heartbeat at 5 weeks, but my second ultrasound at 7 weeks 3 days confirmed twins! This is our 3rd pregnancy. We have 2 boys already so I’m not a new mom, but would love to share this journey with someone. I’m also considered a geriatric pregnancy, I’m 35. Hope things get smoother the farther you go along. I meet with my OB on the 2nd and then after that I will meet with the MFM. 
    ruby0902
  • @naughtypine hi! I have MonoDi twins, I realized I posted to that other woman, but she hasn’t been in the thread for sometime. Maybe we can share our journeys together? 
  • swigglyswiggly member
    Hi all, I just had my 8 week scan and was SHOCKED to see 2 heartbeats! It’s clear that there are two little ones there.

    But my doc became concerned that they might be conjoined, given how close they were to each other. It could have been the angle of the vaginal ultrasound, so I’m waiting to be scheduled again— another test with more high tech equipment, probably in a few weeks. Has anyone had a similar experience? 
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