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Three babies from two blastocysts!

Postby nicodimremus » Sat Jun 23, 2012 11:11 am

Hello,
I am from Romania and I would like to know the opinion of a specialist. Me and my wife just had a IFV. My wife had implanted olny two blastocysts (she is only 29 years old). That was 4 weeks ago. So, couple of days ago, she had her first exam, and our IFV doctor told us that we have 3 healthy "little kids". She said this is rather unusuall but it happens. Is is possible that from only two blastocyts to evolve three childrens?
I want to know other opinions....Have anyone heard before this type of story? Is it fine?
Please, i am deperately waiting for your answers!
Regards,
Remus Nicodim
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Re: Three babies from two blastocysts!

Postby LYD10 » Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:07 pm

It is possible. One blast split producing 2 identical twins.
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Re: Three babies from two blastocysts!

Postby nicodimremus » Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:17 pm

I googled it and i did not find something about it. That`s why i was warried....
Thank you for your answear.
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