Expecting twins, triplets or high-order multiples demands more of you physically and mentally, but you can feel confident that our multidisciplinary team of experts in the Comprehensive Care Center for Multiples provides specialized care for you, your babies and your family. The Center for Multiples brings together all the experts you might need, in a supportive, experienced and easy-to-access team. Specialists in maternal-fetal medicine and pediatric newborn medicine collaborate to assess and manage the risks for you and your babies. We offer expertise and innovative services for any complications that may arise (including preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, fetal abnormalities and premature birth). Dedicated staff from social work, lactation and nutrition are also here to support you and your family through any other challenges.
Our deep expertise in multiple pregnancy and world-leading care for even the smallest newborns makes the Comprehensive Care Center for Multiples a destination for families expecting a multiple birth. Watch the above video to learn more.
The health and safety of our patients, families and staff is our top priority. We know that COVID-19 will be with us for the foreseeable future, so we're taking a comprehensive approach to provide you and your loved ones the safest possible environment. Read our Safe Care Commitment.
This is my first time having a multiple pregnancy and after doing my research I choose Brigham and Women’s for my maternity care. I have to say, they have been by far the best choice I made.” - Tania, patient
Every pregnancy is special, but being pregnant with twins is different. To help prepare you for what lies ahead, Dr. Carolina Bibbo and Lucy Graves offer insight into the three stages, or trimesters, of a twin pregnancy.
When Jessica found out she was expecting twins, she turned to the hospital that had cared for her mother. The Center for Multiples team closely monitored Jessica through her Mo-Di pregnancy and preterm delivery.
Meeting your nutritional goals is essential to keep yourself and your babies healthy throughout your pregnancy. Learn more about ways to overcome the unique nutritional challenges of a twin pregnancy.
We understand that you may have concerns and want to assure you that we are steadfast in our commitment to safely providing the care you need. Our experts in the Center for Multiples are available to connect with you in person and with Virtual Visits. To request an appointment, call 617-732-5130 or submit the form below.
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