What are the symptoms of triplet pregnancy?

What are the signs of a multiple pregnancy?

  • Severe nausea and vomiting (morning sickness).
  • Rapid weight gain in the first trimester of pregnancy.
  • Sore or very tender breasts.
  • High human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) levels — this hormone is made during pregnancy and is what a pregnancy test picks up.

How long is a triplet pregnancy?

A normal pregnancy lasts 40 weeks. The average length of a pregnancy for triplets is 32 weeks and for quadruplets 30 weeks. Continuing a pregnancy with triplets or more for longer than 36 weeks can be risky both for you and the babies, so it’s usually considered best to deliver them early.

How successful are triplet pregnancies?

Of triplet pregnancies, 98% of all babies born after 28 weeks gestation survive! Of course sadly, this is not the case for every pregnancy, triplet or otherwise, and unexplained losses can occur at any time in the pregnancy.

Is triplet pregnancy possible?

Naturally, twins occur in about one in 250 pregnancies, triplets in about one in 10,000 pregnancies, and quadruplets in about one in 700,000 pregnancies. The main factor that increases your chances of having a multiple pregnancy is the use of infertility treatment, but there are other factors.

How early can you feel triplets move?

If you’ve been pregnant before, and kind of know what to expect, you might detect movement sooner — maybe even as early as 13 weeks. What’s interesting, though, is that while carrying twins or triplets means there’s less space in your womb, you’re not likely to feel movement any earlier when pregnant with multiples.

Are triplets always delivered by C section?

Triplets or more babies are almost always delivered by a planned caesarean section.

When do triplets start showing?

How many babies you are carrying will also affect how much your uterus needs to stretch, and mean that perhaps you show earlier – so if you’re expecting twins, triplets, quadruplets, or quintuplets, then you might show as early as 6 weeks.

Can triplets survive at 24 weeks?

For triplets born at 24 weeks, the neonatal mortality risk was greater than 95% (relative to scenario A). Yet, for the two remaining fetuses delivered at any point after 24 weeks, neonatal mortality risk decreased to less than 5% (relative to scenario B).

When do you go on bed rest with triplets?

In 2007, bed rest was pretty common, especially if you were expecting more than one. The thought is to keep the woman immobile in order to give multiples a chance to make it as close as they could to 40 weeks gestation. Of course, 40 weeks is the goal for one, 37 to 38 weeks for twins, and about 35 weeks for triplets.

Why do I feel my baby move more on the right side?

If they’re transverse, laying across your abdomen, you’ll likely feel more kicks on the right or left side, depending on which way they’re facing. You’ll also feel movements besides kicks — you may feel pressure from the baby’s head or back pressed against your belly.