Asked in Statistics
What are the odds of having twins twice?
From what i know, if your twins are identical then you have no increased chance of having twins a second time. If your twins are fraternal, you are twice as likely to have twins again because fraternal twins are the result of more than egg being released and that is a genetic trate. ...
Asked in Probability, Multiple Births
What are the odds of having twins when you aren't a twin yourself?
well it might be that every other generation has twins, and your not in the generation but your kids will be twins because YOUR generation was skipped ...
Asked in Genetics, Probability, Multiple Births
Can you have twins if your uncle is a twin?
There may be no connection to your odds of having twins and the fact that your uncle is a twin. It depends on whose side of the family the uncle is on. If the uncle is a fraternal twin on your mother's side, then your odds are slightly increased compared to the general population. If the uncle is an identical twin or on your father's side, your odds of having twins are the same as the general population, roughly 1:80. ...
Asked in Statistics, Probability, Multiple Births
What are the odds of having twin if your father was a twin and your grandmother had twins?
Answer If twins run in your family then it's a good chance that you too will have twins but it doesn't mean that the first baby will have a twin. ...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Multiple Births
What are the odds of having twin babies if you grandfather is a twin and your husband is a twin?
In the general population, the odds of having twins are about 3 in 100, or 3%. They seem to increase in relations to the mother's history, among other factors, but not the father's history. The odds of having identical twins are not affected by personal history of either parent. Identical twinning is a random event that occurs about 1 in 285, or about 0.35%. ...
Asked in Pregnancy
Will my child be albino if the child's father is albino?
There is a very low percentage of having a albino child if you yourself are not albino ==you can have an albino baby== ...
What are the odds of having twins with no family history?
Every one who has ever been born has a family history, no matter what their circumstance. ...
Asked in Science, Domestic Dogs, Demographics, Population
How many twins are born each day?
The odds of having twins are 1 in 33 (3%). So whatever the birthrate is for your location, multiply it by .03 to determine the number of twin births. Another way is that twins are in 1 out of 80 births. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What are the chances of having an albino baby if the father carries the trait and the mother is white?
if the father is heterzygous but doesnt show the train, it mean hes( A for not having it, and a for having albinism) Aa. If the mother is albino, she would be homozygous aa seeing that albinism is recessive. if you complete the punnet square you get a predicted 50% chance of being albino and 50 % of not being albino ...
Asked in Health
What is the odds of having a twin if you mom was a twin and dad was a twin and grandmother had twins?
The odds are very likely that you will be or have a twin. That is because its been in youre blood streem for 2 or more generations. the chances are really 50 50. answer 2: i am not really sure. see, i am a twin, and nobody in my family, not even any of my ancestors, have been twins. i mean, you have a better chance than none for having twins, So yeah it is 50 50 really! hope I could...