I was wondering if anyone else experienced a twin pregnancy right after a single miscarriage. I was about 6 weeks with my last pregnancy when I lost it. We started trying again right away and now I'm pregnant again, but this time it is twins. Feeling loads better w this pregnancy, but I'm only 6 weeks or so (assuming they dated me right as I never had a period since the mc). Has anyone experiened this? I feel like it may be my fault we are having twins as we started trying right away, we have no history of twins in my family.I'm really excited, don't get me wrong, but the last thing I wanted was a higher chance of a mc that you have with twins.
Btw,They can tell the twins are from two separate eggs.
I'm happy, Scared and trying to be hopefully without getting ahead of my self :-)
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