You will discover that there are many aspects to your twin pregnancy. After finding out that you are indeed expecting two, you will surely experience many emotions from pure shock to ultimate delight (just ask any parent of multiples!). After that, you will more than likely want to get your hands on some good information about your distinctive situation. Things like diet, labor and delivery, your babies' growth in the womb, possible complications, and generally, what the heck to expect with two babies on board.
Well, you'll be happy to know we have it all here for you. There is so much detailed info that we have several sections listed with specific topics so you can find exactly what it is that you are interested in at the moment. Depending on how far along you are in your pregnancy, there might be some topics that are more pressing than others. Just scroll down and explore the subjects you want to know more about.
We have added these quick links to what we believe are the most relevant topics for this particular section. There is tons of information to read through and we truly hope it will be helpful!
It really wouldn't be a bad idea at this point to get yourself a good
informational book too. The web is great, but it's always nice to have something solid on hand. There are several books available these days that can be easily obtained online. A good book about what to expect when your expecting twins will prove to be an invaluable resource when you want the information right at your fingertips...Especially for those who find themselves on bedrest. Many of these informative books go into great detail about the babies' development in the womb and even what to expect during your twin's first year. Heck, you can even get books about twins written just for Dads, so don't forget him!
Do not, however, buy a book about general pregnancy. You have to remember that your situation is unique and will require special care. Even though multiple births are becoming more commonplace and most twin births are healthy ones, they are nevertheless still considered high risk by most doctors and should be treated accordingly. Even though these unique circumstances may change along with advancement in medicine over time, it's still definitely one of those times where it's better to be safe than sorry. We always mention throughout the website that you must consult a doctor or other healthcare professional for the proper care.
Here's a really fun twin pregnancy time-lapse video to check out!