The Biggest Shock of My Life: Twins!

As a new regular blogger at Northeast Ohio Parent Magazine, I am happy to share my first post on the NEOP website.

READ: The Biggest Shock of My Life: Twins!

My identical twins each had their own setup. Each baby had their own placenta and their own separate inner membrane (amnion) and outer membrane (chorion). They are dichorionic-diamniotic twins, which really meant I was a human duplex.
My identical twins each had their own setup. Each baby had their own placenta and their own separate inner membrane (amnion) and outer membrane (chorion). They are dichorionic-diamniotic twins, which really meant I was a human duplex.

 

The "wave" above Ilana's head (twin B) is her placenta.  She was comfy-cozy bumping up against it.
The “wave” above Ilana’s head (twin B) is her placenta. She was comfy-cozy bumping up against it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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