Every time I see my friend next to me giving birth to identical twins, I can't help but look again. I believe that most couples who are planning to conceive want to have twins right away. This will not only reduce pain of childbirth, but what a wonderful thing it is to be pregnant with two at once. Seeing how easy it is for others to have twins, I can't help but want twins too. So, is it really that easy to conceive twins, let's take a look below.
Actually, in addition to genetic problems, these points are also very important if you want to conceive twins.
1. Genetic problems
The desire to conceive twins is usually determined by family genes and mother's own ovulation. If there are women in family who were pregnant with twins, then chances of giving birth to twins are much higher than that of ordinary people. Studies have shown that a couple's ability to conceive twins is mostly related to female genetics.
In fact, it is difficult to say about genetics, and some scientists argue that birth of twins has nothing to do with genes, but only with female ovulation. But think about it carefully, female ovulation is also affected by body's hormones, health, etc., and they are also related to genetics, so it is necessarily related to genetics of twins in family. Therefore, those women who had twins in family should be glad that they carry this "inexplicable" genetic twin gene.
2. Diet correction
Many of factors that affect ovulation are related to a woman's diet. According to a research institute in Sweden, if a woman consumes folic acid during pregnancy, chance of conceiving twins is almost twice as high as in women who do not consume folic acid. This may be due to fact that folic acid increases number of ovulations in women under certain circumstances, so phenomenon of twins or multiple births occurs.
In addition, eating more of certain foods in your regular diet, such as cereals, beans, geckos, etc., also increases estrogen levels in women and promotes ovulation. But it’s hard to say how many eggs will be ovulated, because adjusting diet only increases chance of pregnancy.
3. Human intervention
If there is no genetic factor, and twins are still desired, then human intervention is required. The usual way is drugs or a test-tube baby. If ovulation is poor, your doctor will usually prescribe ovulation-stimulating drugs. After taking for several days, check how many follicles contribute to development of drug. If there are two or more of them, then probability of having twins will be greater. There are also some couples who suffer from infertility so test tube babies will be recommended, but if you want to have test tube babies you must meet conditions.
While having twins right away can reduce pain of pregnant women, it will cause more pain after childbirth. Reduce stress.