9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: How to know about twins in 2 month

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Answer: Hi Dear! The status of single or double fetus is viable in the first USG scan which is also called the viability scan, you can only know abt twin pregnancy through an USG.. Good luck!
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    Seetha Madhuri580 days ago

    Tq mam

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