Twin Pregnancy Symptoms: Could it Be Twins?

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Wondering whether you’ve got more than one bun in your oven? Discovering if you’re expecting multiples is actually important during pregnancy. Twins will call for more visits to the doctor and extra scans. Whether or not your babies share a placenta (identical twins) will be essential to your OB. Twins who share a placenta are more likely to experience complications than twins who each have their own placenta. You'll need regular blood pressure and urine checks, because pregnant women expecting twins have a higher risk of developing high blood pressure, gestational diabetes, anemia, etc.

So how do you know? Your doctor can run tests to be sure, but some symptoms of twin pregnancy are slightly more evident than normal pregnancy symptoms. Here are 10 signs you may be carrying twins.

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