Ive noticed that my niece is slightly more advanced than most babies her age. since she was only a few months old shes been at least 3 months advanced than her age... we have been trying to research if the fact that her brother died when my sister was only 4 months pregnant. She hates sleeping alone and if you leave her for more than a few minutes she will wake up. And she has 2 very different personalities, one minute shes a ham and loves acting like a little clown which neither of her parents really are the next shes as serious as both of them combined. We are trying to see if she is possessing both her and her brothers personalities to make up for the loss.
Answer #2 I am a twinless twin, my twin died also in the womb at an early stage. But as a baby, I was considered to be very smart. I grew up figuring out things adults even couldn't understand. I'm also multi-talented and have a very unique personality. Different sides. And I feel something a lot. I have no idea what it is, but something tells me others don't feel this. It's like...a strong feeling, that makes you stronger. If I had to guess, I would have said my twin's traits or energy transfered over to me.
When one twin survives in utero, the mother delivers a single baby.
The other twin is unlikely to survive.
The other twin may survive. I did. I had a twin, and I just found out today ( 11/27/12). When we were fetuses my other twin died. But I survived. :)
The dead twin will be still-born and will have not effect on the remaining twin. You do need to speak to your OBY/GYN for more detailed advice.
Depends on how they were conjoined.
Ali is not really ali. She has a twin sister named Courtney, who was pretending to be her. She (courtney is the one hwo dies, not ali. Ali is still alive but no one knows it.
The death of an identical twin in the womb may be caused by developmental or genetic defects in both members of the twin pair, but one twin fares rather better than the other and makes it to birth alive, as a womb twin survivor. The death of a fraternal womb twin in the womb may be caused by developmental anomalies/genetic defects in the womb twin while the womb twin survivor is developing normally and does not share the same genes. After one womb twin dies later in the pregnancy and there is one placenta, or the two placentas have fused, there is a risk of twin embolisation syndrome in the womb twin survivor, which can cause brain damage to the survivor if delivery is delayed. To avoid this risk, the premature birth of the survivor is considered an appropriate solution. In short, there is a slight possibility of damage to the survivor, but the loss of a womb twin is very common, affecting at least 10% of pregnancies, while the birth of a child with defects is relatively rare.
One of them dies.
Vanishing twin syndrome was first recognized in 1945. Vanishing twin syndrome is when one of a set of twin/multiple fetuses disappears in the uterus during pregnancy. This is the result of a miscarriage of one twin/multiple. The fetal tissue is absorbed by the other twin/multiple, placenta or the mother. This gives the appearance of a "vanishing twin." http://www.americanpregnancy.org/multiples/vanishingtwin.html
ya she does and one of them dies im not going to spoil it though,
If the Italian leader dies,the government votes to choose another one.
you buy a new one
From what I have read yo can miscarry one twin, it is called vanishing twin syndrom and usually happens in the first trimester. But it's called vanishing because the twin dissolves into the mother with little to no bleeding. From what I have read yo can miscarry one twin, it is called vanishing twin syndrom and usually happens in the first trimester. But it's called vanishing because the twin dissolves into the mother with little to no bleeding.
Usually the rest of the snake dies too.
Time to find another one!
the president appoints a new one
The court will appoint a new one.
you will have 1 less pup :-(
Another one takes over.
One of them loses and dies.
Not necessarily, if they have been separated surgically. Unles they can be separated that is what would happen.
A Clydesdale can have twins, but that is rare, and most of the time the other twin dies, so normally one.
It never happens. The new monarch succeeds as soon as the previous one dies.