What to expect, in a nutshell

At a high-level, MoMo twins are considered high-risk pregnancies that come with different protocols and likely quite a different pregnancy than you initially expected. Here’s our journey, in a nutshell:

  • 7-week ultrasound (probably when you first heard about twins, and MoMo twins)
  • Genetic testing (in addition to any you might have already had to test the embryo, if you’re doing IVF)
  • Ultrasounds every other week (to monitor growth, heart-rate, any observable abnormalities)
  • In-patient monitoring anytime after week 24 (in some countries in the world, this can be out-patient monitoring)
  • Caesarean section delivery anytime after week 32
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) stays for the twins after delivery

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