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Twin Stuff!, Issue #017 -- Plastic Surgery After Twins: What You Should Know
February 02, 2010
There's a lot of great stuff going on in this month's newsletter! You won't want to miss our informative interview with Plastic Surgeon, Karen Horton on getting your body back after twins. And author, Christina Tinglof, is looking for parents of twins for a special article she's doing in TWINS Magazine. Also, if you haven't already subscribed to Multiples Magazine, now's the time! Plus, don't forget to see the January TwoCute™ contest winner, take a new poll and veiw last month's results.
February 2010 ~ Issue #017
We were so lucky to get some of the best information on plastic surgery after twins from a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon. This informative article covers our interview with Karen Horton, M.D., and her advice on getting your body back after twin pregnancy via plastic surgery. Her knowledgeable, straightforward counsel will help anyone who is interested in what's commonly referred to as a "Mommy Makeover". You will definitely get a better grasp on what's involved, recovery and costs. She also dicusses what happens to our bodies after twin pregnancy, as well as what to look for in a plastic surgeon and other available procedures. A must read!
WHAT TYPE OF DOCTOR ARE YOU AND WHAT DO YOU SPECIALIZE IN?
CAN YOU TELL US A BIT ABOUT WHAT HAPPENS TO OUR BODIES. ABDOMENS, BREASTS AFTER PREGNANCY
(especially a twin pregnancy)?
WHEN DIET AND EXERCISE HAVE DONE ALL THEY CAN FOR A WOMAN WHO HAS TRIED TO LOOSE THE POST-PREGNANCY WEIGHT, WHAT TYPES OF PROCEDURES SHOULD SHE CONSIDER?
Last month's newsletter poll asked "What Type Of Twins Do You Have?"
With a current total of 886 votes, 42% answered "Fraternal Boy/Girl", 18% answered "Fraternal Girl/Girl", 17% answered "Fraternal Boy/Boy", 11% answered "Identical Girl/Girl", and another 11% answered "Identical Boy/Boy".
Author and mother of twins, Christina Tinglof is researching an article for TWINS Magazine about parents facing the difficult and sometimes agonizing decision to hold one twin back a grade while allowing the other to move ahead. If you've ever been this situation with your school-age twins she would love to hear about your experience. What did you decide to ultimately do? How did you come to your decision? What factors were involved? And finally, how is it all working out? Would you have done anything differently if you had it to do over again?
Anyone who is interested in participating can contact Christina by e-mail at: email@example.com
If you haven't already, be sure to grab a subscription of Multiples Magazine. They are currently offering an entire year for only $5! This price can't be beat and will likely go up in the near future as they continue to build their presence in the twins and multiples community. Multiples Magazine is dedicated to enriching the lives of families by promoting wholesome values, time-saving and fun activities, money-saving tips, quality entertainment reviews and informative articles.
Now taking entries for February!
Twin-Pregnancy-And-Beyond.com | Parent's Community | Twins Survival Guide | Twin Book Project | Twins Boutique
Do you want to be a Featured Mom? Send us your request and you might be next!
Until next month....
All the best, Kellie Asaro (site founder and Mom of twins)
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