We know what you are going through as you face the excitement, and anxiety, of bringing more than one baby into the world. Our deep expertise in high-risk pregnancy and world-leading care for even the smallest newborns make Brigham and Women’s Hospital a destination for families expecting a multiple birth. More than 200 women give birth here each year to twins, triplets or more. Our Multiples Clinic provides the most relevant tests and monitoring for expectant mothers. With our long history of delivering multiple babies and caring for those born early or small, we can address every newborn need, while helping you learn to care for your babies.
Now, even as you stay at home, you can connect with our expert Multiples team to be sure that you are getting the best possible care for all your and your babies’ needs. Many appointments, from new patient consults to second opinions and follow-up care, are available virtually.
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More babies can bring more risks. But you can be assured that we offer the full range of specialized prenatal care for multiples and are prepared for even rare situations, including twin-twin transfusion syndrome and discordant growth. Our Multiples Clinic, with on-site ultrasound, provides the right expertise and support.
Have a question about twin or triplet pregnancy? Our doctors, nurses and other professionals almost certainly have answered it before -- always drawing upon the latest knowledge, best practices and a well of compassion. Read our team’s answers to parents’ most frequently asked questions.
Early birth is the most common concern when women carry twins or more. Brigham and Women’s state-of-the-art Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is ready for even the smallest babies. We address feeding and other needs for multiples (and their parents). Our family-centered rooms are specially configured for twins and triplets.
Pregnant with twins, Lisa developed a rare, life-threating disorder that required emergency delivery. Her premature twins were brought immediately to the Brigham and Women’s NICU. There, they grew and thrived under the most advanced care. At last, the twins were strong enough to begin their next chapter at home.
In this video, Dr. Carolina Bibbo discusses twin pregnancy.
Carrying multiple babies may present challenges during pregnancy, which can be managed with the guidance of a MFM specialist.
Creating a comforting and family-centered environment is important in an intensive care unit that cares for premature and sick infants.
Finding the right care is especially true when triplets are expected. Parents may feel overwhelmed by the prospect of triplet pregnancy, birth and newborn care.
Because many twins and triplets arrive early, our state-of-the-art Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is one reason that Brigham and Women’s is a chosen destination for families expecting multiples.
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