I had a u/s at week 8 and we got surprise that we are having twins, and saw heartbeats of both. Doctor said everything is good.
Now since two days I am sometimes when I wipe out I am getting pink blood like size of quarter , and this is since two days. It is freaking me out, I had missed miscarriage before at week 9. So its scared to death. I am having next u/s on 6/19 but its a week way.
Does anyone experience like this situation before with twins? Today I had little bit hard work though and I am really tired.
I didn't have an appetite during the 1st tri.... You can look at my weight tracker and see what i gained when, if you like. :). My doc told me to gain between 30-40 lbs for twins. I just went to the doc, and I have only gained 4 lbs in the last 6 wks. I have gained 25lbs total. I am almost 31 wks.
One more question I have about prenatal vitamins that I forgot to asked to my doc because of the excitement of the news. Do you think that I need to increase any particular vitamin supply, right now I am taking Centrum Prenatal with DHA?
I would def call and get a prenatal vitamin from the nurse!! Also, they put me on extra folic acid. You need both with twins. It is much different then a singular pregnancy.... You can even ask for samples for vitamins. But def tell them you want the folic acid. You can ask as many questions as you want :)
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