Congrats on your twins :)
It is quite normal to bleed during pregnancy, especially with twins. Your embryos are embedding deeper, and your uterus is expanding at a rapid rate. Think about this-they want your lining at 8mm for transfer...that is about the size of a pencil eraser....
Drink 80oz's or more of water everyday. It helps to keep your uteru...
It could irritate your babies skin. You can try washing them again in dreft, no dryer sheet...or just put them on your baby and see if it is irritating. I never used dryer sheets. Also, downy will remove the fire protection from sleepwear for kids, fyi
Brown blood is old blood. Try not to worry, too much. It could be the embryo implanting deeper, or your uterus stretching.stretching drink lots and lots of water, then drink some more. It keeps your uterus hydrated, good luck on your next scan :)
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