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Congrats, ChiaraRose and SageWinna!!

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YAY ChiaraRose and SageWinna!

 

ChiaraRose: Did it look like they share a placenta or sac or are they completely separate? It would be awesome if you ended up with twins but a loss of one is fairly common without any harm to the other. 

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YAY ChiaraRose and SageWinna!

 

ChiaraRose: Did it look like they share a placenta or sac or are they completely separate? It would be awesome if you ended up with twins but a loss of one is fairly common without any harm to the other. 



Definately not a sac, I am not sure, but I don't think they share a placenta either. They are both on the top, but I have a bicornuate uterus and each one sits in one horn.  I am not so sure how awesome it would be to have twins. We homeschool and dh travels a lot, so i think i would need some help. But of course, i take two over none any day:)  And somehow I have the feeling the universe really wants me to have twins. My Ob asked me If I take some black market clomid. Ha, no. All the other infertility medication I did take, do not increase the chance for multiples. (Progeserone, metformin) If I do end up with two, I will ask you a lot of questions:)

 

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With your DH traveling a lot it would be difficult but if you have supportive family/friends you will make it. The way I look at it is for the first nine months you are just in survival mode and after that it just keeps getting better/easier. Of course you can always ask me anything. I don't hold back or sugar coat anything tho =D

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