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If you’re pregnant with twins, triplets, or higher-order multiples, our team of specialists wants to optimize the outcomes for both you and your baby. Women pregnant with multiples need comprehensive, specialized care. We offer:
- Complete and personalized prenatal care throughout your pregnancy, with perinatologists who specialize in treating multiple pregnancies
- Frequent ultrasounds, and nonstress testing at end of pregnancy
- Surveillance for complications such as hypertension and preeclampsia, and prompt intervention and coordinated care if complications do exist
- Delivery planning, and on-site
Level III NICU at Jacobs Medical Center for peace of mind at delivery
Preemie Triplets Thrive at Jacobs Medical Center
The Kircher triplets were born prematurely at 28 weeks, each weighing less than three pounds. The siblings are now thriving at home.
Read their story.
About Multiple Pregnancies
Women who are pregnant with multiples need special care. While most multiple pregnancies result in healthy babies, possible complications during pregnancy include preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, and placental issues. Twins and triplets can also be at increased risk for complications, including preterm birth. Working with a specialist can decrease the risk of complications and make it more likely to carry your babies to term.