I'm only 8wks along, this would be my 3rd or with how i'm feeling 3rd and 4th. I'm wondering if anyone knew or had signs this early, that did turn out to be twins. Yes, twins run in both sides of our family, quite strongly in his. Lately i feel like i have just blown up over the last month and with my first two i barely showed at 3 months along so this is all got my head spinning with how i dont fit my clothes already and im barely into this. I don't know what to expect or how to tell really. I can't sleep at night lately and am tired all day, but i push my self not to nap so i can sleep at night, doesnt make the most difference so far. cravings and foods that make me cringe are already there, when with my first two it wasnt till my second trimester that i felt like that. Advice is so welcome right now, i'm trying not to freak out.View Thread
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