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Althea Hayton, founder of Womb Twin, passed away peacefully on August 13 (sorry for the delay in posting this news on the blog). We are all ...

Monday, March 09, 2015

Are you a survivor?

When a mother is larger than normal in early pregnancy, that can be a sign that there are twins. If only one baby is born, that baby will probably be a womb twin survivor. In the days before the routine use of  ultrasound,  all we could know is that the womb is bigger than  it should be. Sometimes things can go wrong and something may happen to either the other baby or the mother to result in a part miscarriage, this means there has been a lost twin and the other will be a womb-twin survivor. Do you have any suspicions that cause you to think this has happened to you?

One way to find out if this is the case is to take a short quiz, the questions are pretty simple and can help you to find the missing pieces. Follow the link below to try and find out.

If this is proven unsuccessful and you still need someone to talk to and help you understand the full extent to your problems, there are books and poems you can read from Wombtwin, I will post some links and reviews of these books to help you get a hold of them. In addition, there is always someone available to talk to if further help is needed. Everyone here at Wombtwin is here to help you in your time of need. Any contact details needed can be found on both the website and the blog.
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