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Yes, I knew that, but then they're not really *identical*, as in the same. There's always a difference, even with truly identical "identical" twins anyway, and with Turner's/Kleinfeldter's, they are different physically AND genetically. I prefer the MZ/DZ, I think it gets more to the point of what the question really is, anyway.
What was whacked about this conversation with her was that she knew that my babies were the result of IVF. I had four embryos transferred. On the u/s, one was on the anterior uterine wall and low, while the other was on the posterior wall and high. Not likely from one split egg, for many reasons.