Pregnancy

Pregnant with twins? Here's what you need to know to guide you through a healthy twin pregnancy to get ready for your two (or more) little bundles of joy.

Shortness of Breath While Pregnant With Twins

A Mom recently asked: I am currently pregnant with twins. It is getting kind of crowded in there and I find myself short of breath...

The Overwhelming World of Advice

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Advice comes from far and wide the moment a woman announces a pregnancy, sometimes there is enough advice to make your head spin. When...

5 Things To Put Your Mind At Ease About A C-Section

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My mother gave birth vaginally and naturally, no drugs, to both me and my sister. I wanted to do the same thing. I wanted...

Relieving Lower Back Pain During Pregnancy

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There are a lot of causes for low back pain, but most come down to basic physics. The spine is dependent on balance; balance...

My Transgender Pregnancy with Twins

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The story you're about to read has moved and inspired us at Twiniversity. We are sharing it in the hopes that you will read...

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Epidurals

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I have had 3 epidurals. Each one was different. Different side effects, different levels of pain, different everything. I didn't know what to expect...

Working During Your Twin Pregnancy + It’s You Babe Giveaway!

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Listen up pregnant mamas! We've got a fantastic article for you on working during your twin pregnancy, plus THREE of you will take home...

Postpartum Eclampsia Almost Took My Life

On January 28th, 2015 I woke up in the ICU with an IV in each arm and a catheter, my hospital gown was soaked...

Expecting Again: Managing a Singleton Pregnancy with Twin Toddlers

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When we started talking about having another baby after the twins, we kept finding reasons to put it off. We imagined caring for a...

Twin Pregnancy Calendar: What To Do and When To Get Ready!

Twin pregnancy is extremely different from a singleton pregnancy. It's going to be filled with extra doctors appointments, possibly more testing, more ultrasounds, and...

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