People have an insatiable curiosity when it comes to how to have twins. I know this firsthand as a mom of 7-year-old twins. Apparently, people want to know what are the chances of having twins and even much to my surprise how to have twins. It just happened. However, I did talk to some of the leading experts on the topic of how to have twins and scoured the research to shed a little light on how and why twins happen.
Woman gives birth to twins conceived three weeks apart
English woman gives birth to 'twins' conceived 3 weeks apart
A year-old woman from Wiltshire, England took all by surprise when she revealed on the show Good Morning America that she gave birth to twins that were conceived three weeks apart. Revelation: Doctors discovered a second baby during Roberts's third ultrasound. Roberts, along with her partner Rhys Weaver, was trying to get pregnant for several years and was on fertility medication for the same. Not only did Roberts eventually conceive, their thrill turned to a shock when doctors discovered another baby during her third ultrasound. Ob-gyn's reaction: 'It was not my mistake but a quite extraordinary pregnancy'. That startling USG happened during Roberts's week gestation.
Superfetation: These 'Super Twins' Were Conceived Three Weeks Apart
A woman who drowned her toddler twins in the bath out of anger at her estranged husband has been jailed for 10 years. She then drove her Ford Galaxy at about mph into the back of a lorry while not wearing a seatbelt, in the early hours of 27 December. Please let me die. I put them in the bath. We were meant to be together.
A woman in England became pregnant while already pregnant, ultimately giving birth to rare twins conceived three weeks apart, according to recent news reports. Typically, when a woman becomes pregnant, her body kick-starts several biological processes aimed at preventing a concurrent pregnancy, including releasing hormones to stop ovulation. But in rare instances, a pregnant woman could continue to ovulate, or release an egg, and that egg could then be fertilized by sperm and implanted in the uterus, Live Science previously reported. This rare phenomenon, in which two fertilized eggs are implanted in the uterus at different times, is known as "superfetation.