Find out when your Twins are Due. Please note, this is just an estimate, and every pregnancy is different. It is not unusual to deliver before 40 weeks if you are carrying twins.
This calculator can help you determine your due date by telling you what your due date would be if you were carrying a single baby. Just subtract a couple of weeks to determine what your due date for multiples is likely to be. When you have a double pregnancy, babies are typically born a couple of weeks prior to the 40-week mark.
While technically, full-term for twins is the same as for singleton babies (39 weeks – 40 weeks, 6 days), 37 weeks is considered sufficiently full-term for twins. Twins are often born at 37 or 38 weeks instead of 40 weeks. To calculate when your babies will be born, use the calculator and then subtract two or three weeks to get a good estimate of the actual due date.
You may choose to have a more exact due date if you decide to deliver earlier than 40 weeks. Parents of twins or multiples often decide to schedule a C-section or induction instead of waiting for a natural birth. C-sections or inductions are usually scheduled at 37 or 38 weeks.
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