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  • 4 days ago

    RE: One twin measuring behind

    I'm also expecting twins conceived through IVF. While they aren't that measuring that far apart, one is bigger than the other. I think that's just the nature of twins. I wouldn't worry too much. Good luck!
  • 9 hours ago

    RE: One twin measuring behind

    I am 27 weeks with twins. Twin A is smaller than Twin B. I had someone explain it to me like this: They are their own people. You have two pregnancies going on at once. If you compare siblings you would see much of the same. When I began looking at it like that, my anxiety slowly faded away. I don't think it is anything to worry about.
  • 7 hours ago

    RE: One twin measuring behind

    If your twins are in their own sack and have their own placentas the difference in their weight is usually not a concern as long as it does not get greater than 10%. Growth should continued to be monitored at least every 3 weeks and as long as they both continue to grow there should be no concern.
  • 48 minutes ago

    RE: One twin measuring behind

    Thanks for the replies ladies. We had another scan yesterday and twin A has stopped growing and didn't have a heartbeat :(