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Anonymous Anonymous said...

i dont see how she knows its a boy and girl..if she's due early next year..she isnt even out of the first trimester yet (i know this cause i was preggo with my twins and due last christmas and i wasnt out of the first trimester til 2nd week in june). and twin pregnancies are already 'high risk' as is..and have to be very careful especially during the first even if they did an amnio(which can be risky and cause miscarriage) wouldnt haveg been done for quite some time (after 16 weeks). so i am puzzled..i think thats mostly rumors about that..but who knows..

June 1, 2004 at 11:07 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

A CVS (similar to an amnio) test could be done about 9-11 weeks.

The original article was misleading to say that if the twins were natural it would be unlikely for them to be girl/boy. That's not the case. Fraternal twins are the ones to run in families (on the mother's side). Its a tendancy to multiple-ovulate that is hereditary, not the likelyhood of the egg to split into identicals. But it didn't make sense to me why they talked at all about twins running in the family if she did IVF anyway?

(in the planning phases for IVF#2)

June 2, 2004 at 11:17 AM

Blogger kjdfshbgvidkj said...

I'm gearing up for IVF #1. All married couples that yearn for a child but are unable to biologically conceive should have the right to do so. IVF gives people with fertility issues the ability to have a child that biologically belongs to them.

Of course, there are many other reasons couples do IVF where a donor (egg or sperm) may be involved: Poor egg quality (age or disease related), lesbian couples, single women, poor sperm quality. To each his own, yes?

Anyhow... IVF is a godsend for infertile couples. Even if the Catholic Church would never ever agree. Heh.

July 21, 2004 at 12:45 PM


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