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What is Multiple Pregnancy?

Description of the disease

Multiple pregnancy refers to the condition in which more than one fetus develops in a woman's uterus at the same time. This can be twins, triplets, and so on, depending on the number of fetuses.


  • Twin pregnancy
  • Triplet pregnancy
  • Multiple pregnancy (more than three fetuses)


Symptoms of multiple pregnancy may include increased abdominal size, more severe nausea and vomiting, more frequent urination, accelerated heartbeat, and so on.


Causes of multiple pregnancy may include genetic predisposition, artificial insemination, maternal age, and other factors.


Diagnosis of multiple pregnancy includes ultrasound examination, blood and urine tests, and medical examination.


Treatment of multiple pregnancy may include medication, surgical intervention, special regimen, and diet.


Prevention of multiple pregnancy includes monitoring ovulation, consulting with a doctor about pregnancy planning, and so on.


Simultaneous pregnancy should be carefully monitored by an obstetrician-gynecologist and perinatologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.