Multiple Pregnancies-More Than A Fetus In The Uterus

Facts

  1. In a multiple pregnancy, there is more than one embryo in the uterus
  2. Multiple pregnancies will be found by watching two or more fetuses by ultrasonic scanning
  3. The doctor, the midwife and the pregnant may suspect twins, if her stomach grows very quickly

What is multiple pregnancy?
In a multiple pregnancy answered by this q&a website, there is more than one embryo in the uterus.

If you take special quickly put on weight or suffers particularly much of morning sickness, it may be a sign that you are expecting more than one child. If you have applied medicine, which promotes your ovulation, increases the chance of getting pregnant with more than one fetus. If you have been pregnant before, you’ll often have a feeling that the tummy grows faster than in previous pregnancies, and that you feel more fetal movements. Since most women today will be nuchal translucency scanned, by far the most multiple pregnancies will be admitted before the end of the 14. week of gestation.

Multiple pregnancies occur spontaneously in about 1 out of 80-85 pregnancies, but today is approximately 1 out of 40 multiple pregnancies as a result of the increased use of fertility treatments and the increasing age of mothers. In 2008 was 2.2% of births twin births and 0.03% twin births.

Multiple pregnancies can be identical or fraternal. The distribution is approximately 1/6 and 5/6 identical double-edged. After fertility treatment is more than 95% double-edged. That’s because transferring two fertilized egg in the uterus.

How frequent is multiple pregnancy?
Between 2 and 3%.

What is due to multiple pregnancies?
Identical twins occur when the fertilized egg divides earlier than two weeks from the time of fertilization. Fraternal twins occur as a result of that more eggs have been fertilized at the same time. More than two fetuses caused by either more eggs, or a combination of several eggs and additional sharing.

The tendency to give birth flerlinger is hereditary. Medical stimulation of ovulation and/or assisted fertilization often results in multiple pregnancies. The woman’s “risk” of having twins increases with age until the mid-30s, according to which the risk falls again.

By fertility treatment we now recommend transferring only a fertilized egg, and therefore decreases the number of twin births again.

How made the diagnosis?
Multiple pregnancies will be detected by watching two or more fetuses by ultrasonic scanning. The doctor or midwife and the pregnant may suspect twins, if her stomach grows very quickly. There can also be heard two different foster heart sounds or marked many fetal parts through examination of the abdomen.

In 1. or 2. trimester one by ultrasound examination, determine whether the twins with a shared placenta or twins, each with its own placenta. Twins with a shared placenta will always be a-egging, while the vast majority of twins, each with its own placenta is tve-bladed and only a smaller part one-Egged. There is a greater risk to fetuses if they share a common placenta. Therefore, the frequency of the ultrasound check on hospital be dependent on this.

What treatment is there?
Multiple pregnancies are generally associated with an increased risk of growth retardation in fetuses and being born too early. There is also a greater risk of gestational diabetes and pregnancy conditional poisoning. Why get pregnant with multiple pregnancies several Ultrasonographic and European agencies within the food Department. Twin births on average will go in time around 37. week of gestation.

By all multiple pregnancies we recommend sick leave from 20.-27. week of gestation. You should avoid heavy physical work, and it is important to rest more than usual. By threat of premature birth, it may be necessary to enter the mother.

Leave, daily allowances and family allowances in the event of childbirth
After maternity law have parents who give birth to a child, entitlement to 52 weeks maternity leave with full salary or per diem. Parents have several options for sharing or postpone the leave and extend with reduced benefits. Students can get extra SU-clip, and recipients retain their cash benefit during leave. By multiple births applies the same maternity rules as by the birth of one child. After the parents have the right to family benefits act multi-child subsidies, which will be paid quarterly, until the children reach the age of 7 years. Multiple child allowance is tax-free and will be paid without filing for the quarter, following the children’s birth.

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