You'll have the same number of screening tests as women who are expecting one baby, but because you're carrying twins, you'll get non-stress tests and more ultrasound exams. Doctors use ultrasound to gauge babies' growth and watch for twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome, which can affect growth when babies share a placenta. Non-stress tests track your twins' movements toward the end of pregnancy.
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