Twins or More

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Also see our informational article which begins with information on Vanishing Twin, and expands to include:

  • Fetus in Fetu
  • Partial Molar Twin
  • Parasitic Multiple: this can be considered a highly offensive term to reference a multiple who may not form completely and who may pose a threat to the life of the more dominantly formed baby.
  • Unequally Conjoined Twins: is a more appropriate term for Parasitic Multiple
  • Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS), also known as Feto-Fetal Transfusion Syndrome (FFTS)
  • Twin Oligohydramnios-Polyhydramnios Sequence (TOPS)
  • selective reduction
  • You can redirect to the informative page by navigating here.


If you haven’t done so already, please consider transferring your medical care to a Multiples Birth Specialist.

Please visit any of our  specialized birth plans for giving birth to twins or multiples (when one or more are still) which also includes additional resources regarding multiples pregnancy.  You might also visit our rainbow birth plan, as many mothers refer to their surviving multiple/s as rainbow babies.

Are you a mother who has endured a loss or losses involving a multiples pregnancy?  Are you a surviving multiple?  You are invited to share your story here .

You might visit our farewell celebrations for ideas to celebrate your baby or babies who are not alive.

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