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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

VANISHING TWIN EXPLAINED

Pregnancy Over 40, Vanishing Twin

You may have heard the term "vanishing twin" which is when a pregnancy starts out with two fetuses but reduces itself to one.
 This article, although technical in nature explains more:

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With the advent of ultrasound, early loss of a member of a multiple gestation has been identified4,5
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and has been described as “the vanishing twin”6 or the “vanishing twin syndrome”7. The vanishing rate has been reported as being as high as 71% of twin gestations diagnosed sonographically before the 10th week of gestation8. When twins were diagnosed between weeks 10 and 15, the loss rate was 63% in this same series. In the 79 patients whose multiple gestation was diagnosed after the 15th week of gestation, the loss rate was 0%. Robinson and Caines reported a similar loss rate of 53% when twin gestation was diagnosed in the first trimester

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