If you’re wondering as to whether or not you’re having twins, the answer might seem kind of obvious. I mean, just go to the doctor, right? Well, yes, go to the doctor, but if you’ve yet to schedule an appointment to confirm your pregnancy, and you’re not what one would consider a patient person, there are a few ways you can figure it out all on your own. So, what are the real signs you’re having twins? I mean, actual signs that can give you a heads up before you’re 12 weeks pregnant and laying on an exam table while an ultrasound technician puts that freezing cold gel goo on your stomach? They’re few and far between, to be sure, but there are a few ways your body is trying to tell you you’re growing two human beings, instead of just one.
It will be easier to tell these symptoms and signs if you’ve had a single pregnancy previously, only because you’ll have something to compare your second pregnancy symptoms to. Either way, though, and according to the American Pregnancy Association (APA),it all comes down to the following, undeniable fact: twin pregnancies can cause increased symptoms, from nausea to fatigue. In other words, if your morning sickness is double the “fun,” and you’re twice as exhausted as you were when you were pregnant with your first, you might have two buns in the oven.
According to What To Expect, with a twin pregnancy you’re usually more likely to gain wait faster…
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