Posted by: Nina | 2007/06/06


Whose genes (male or female) determines whether or not you will have twins if there are a history of twins in families?

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Twins on either side of the family increases your chances.

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Posted by: Star | 2007/06/07

The female determines the quantity and the male the sex, but out of personal experience, you have a one in 60 chance. We don't have any twins on eiter side and I have twin girls. The chances of having identical twins is better if you have twins in your family and even better if your mother and/or father is one of identical twins. Fraternal twins, anyone can have!

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Posted by: Lulu | 2007/06/07

Hi Nina,

Here is a website about multiple pregnancies. Hope that it will answer your question.
Have a nice day.

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Posted by: ddfd | 2007/06/06

i think it's female

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