I'm 15wks 4days w/ twins and only feel movement on one side of my belly. Should I be feeling movement from both babies? I read up on "vanishing twin syndrome" and I'm a little paranoid now. Should I be worried?
Not without goi g to ur gp and practice nurse and get you and your unborn lovely little twins chevked out and i wouldnt worry csuse ur gp and practice nurse and hospital officials will all now what to day do and advice with and to you do font worry ok or stress of and about it as none of thats any good for u or your twines ok take care ok n relsx im sure everythings fine there probably hiding n havi g a little close up hug and cudfle tkc together ok lol
I'm 26w1d with twins, and sometimes i only feel movement in one area as well, but i also know that they change position a lot. I wouldn't worry at all. How often do you get ultrasounds? I get them every two weeks and every time both my little monkeys are very active, but sometimes it's hard to tell without seeing them.
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