ok mo mo twins are pretty much same sack same placenta...my friend had mo mo twins.....it is a pretty high risk pregnancy.......i have regular faternal twins...my friend ended up delivering her twins at 28weeks 6 days...i had mine at 29weeks 2 days....and now both of our twins are healthy as can be.......ours are now 4 months old......so its pretty much probably going to be alot of doctors appointments and alot of fetal stress tests that is what my friend went thru
I have twin girls that are now 23, they were monoamniotic,some of the risks that can be present are, their umbilical chords can become compressed or entangled and cut off the blood supply or nutrition to each other. none of these things happened with my pregnancy. I was delivered at 37 weeks due to toxemia which is also common in multiple births.
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