When deciding on a pediatrician for twins, there may be a few things to
consider that differ from choosing a pediatrician for your singleton baby.
And, given the fact that you will have twice as many doctor visits,
you will definitely want to start with the right one. If you are a parent
with some experience, then you may already have a good relationship
with a pediatrician that will see your twins as well as your other children. However, if you are a
first time parent, and of twins to boot, the following information will
help to get you pointed in the right direction. We cover some basic helpful tips on the kinds of questions you should be asking or, at least thinking about. Ideally, you should have a doctor for your twins chosen by mid pregnancy. As we all know, twin babies often arrive earlier than expected!
Hopefully these questions will help you get started on your quest for a
worthy pediatrician for your twins. But, to get an even better
understanding on the process of choosing and interviewing a
pediatrician, you should read our much more in depth article
written by, Elaine Farber, titled How To Find And Interview A Pediatrician.
A must read (especially for new parents)!
Have more questions? Visit our friend Dr. Khanh-Van Le-Bucklin - Pediatrician and mother of twins!
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