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post #21 of 23
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Originally Posted by CarrieCo View Post
So at how many weeks did the embryo's split?
Within the first two weeks.

Splitting later than about 13 days after conception results in conjoined twins. Splitting within 2 days of conception leads to identical twins that don't share placentas, or any other supporting structures in utero. So, identical twins that were known to be identical from ultrasounds split between 2-13 days.
post #22 of 23
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So at how many weeks did the embryo's split?
Our set of identical twins have their own placentas & amnion & chorion so they must have split early.....we did a 3 day transfer from our fresh ivf cycle, with assisted hatching on all 3 embryos, so they split sometime after 3 days
post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by farmers_wife View Post
Yep, this is my situation right now! I am almost 25 weeks with spontaneous triplets who were conceived this way : And yeah, it is wild
What a miracle! Wow.
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