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10 Aug 2008

PCOS &amp  Clomid = Twins ???
I Just want to know what the chances are for us to have twins.
1) I' m 31, hubby' s 36
2) I Have PCOS - starting with 5 days Clomid on Tuesday (1st time)
3) My father was one of a non-identical twins.
4) My mother' s father was one of identical twins.
5) My mother in law had a misscarage with twin girls (not sure if they were identical or not)

What kind of twins are in your genes - identical or non identical ?
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01 Jan 0001

Dear Need to know

The use of Clomid and as well as the technique of assisted reproduction does increase your chances of having twins. However the twining associated with assisted reproductive techniques are usually non-identical. You however have a strong family history of twins and these type of twins that may occur are usually identical.

Answered by: Dr Y. Dasoo
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