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Of course, you can’t completely eliminate the risk of getting pregnant with twins or triplets during fertility treatment. (Unless you’re using IVF, and you transfer only one embryo. But even then, your risk of identical twins are higher than average. You can get pregnant with twins even if you transfer just one embryo.). Pregnancies with twins and multiples are considered higher risk than single pregnancies. If you do get pregnant with twins, you’ll likely need frequent doctor visits so you can be closely monitored.
Fertility treatments raise your odds of getting pregnant with more than one baby. When you carry twins, triplets, or more, pregnancy becomes more of a challenge. It’s also less likely that all your. Being pregnant with multiples means being pregnant with twins, triplets or more.
More than 3 in 100 women (3 percent) are pregnant with multiples each year. Most women with multiples are pregnant with twins. But some women get pregnant with three (triplets), four (quadruplets) or more babies. These are called higher-order multiples. Here’s what you should know about gaining weight if you’re pregnant with twins: If you were at a healthy weight before pregnancy, you want to gain about 37 to 54 pounds during pregnancy.
If you were overweight before pregnancy, you want to gain about 31 to 50 pounds during pregnancy. You cannot purposely get pregnant with multiples, though your chances are higher if you are receiving infertility treatments. The occurrence of identical twins is completely random. It has nothing to do with fertility or genetics.
It is a “mistake” that typically occurs between 30 hours and 6 days after conception. If you’re trying to get pregnant with triplets, then you’ll be glad to know that there are a couple of ways to increase your chances of conceiving. Age is a huge factor since women over the age of 30 and below 40 experience a spike in fertility before entering their peri-menopausal years, thus increasing the chances of releasing multiple. I just wouldn’t implant more than 2 embryos at a time because what if they all take?
The risks are only slightly increased with a twin pregnancy vs. a singleton but once you get to triplets or more the risks to mom and babies go up dramatically. So I just wouldn’t take the chance of implanting 3 or more embryos. The risk of an infertile couple having twins is considered acceptable when trying to help them conceive a singleton. The risk of a fertile.
If you are pregnant with twins or triplets, it is strongly advised you deliver in a hospital. This is because of the extra risks involved. If you are in a hospital setting, if there is a problem, it can be more rapidly diagnosed and dealt with.
This way you are more likely to have a safe delivery, and your babies have the best chance of being.
List of related literature:
|from Andrology: Male Reproductive Health and Dysfunction|
|from Textbook of Assisted Reproductive Techniques Fourth Edition: Volume 2: Clinical Perspectives|
|from The Baby-Making Bible: Simple steps to enhance your fertility and improve your chances of getting pregnant|
|from Biennial Review of Infertility: Volume 4|
|from The Bump Class: An Expert Guide to Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond|
|from A Comprehensive Textbook of Midwifery & Gynecological Nursing|
|from Expecting 411 (4th edition): The Insider’s Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth|
|from Encyclopedia of Dairy Sciences|
|from Everything Below the Waist: Why Health Care Needs a Feminist Revolution|
|from Obstetric Imaging: Fetal Diagnosis and Care E-Book|