natural remedies to conceive twins pregnancy

Discussion in 'Pregnancy Help' started by dflowers22, Dec 8, 2008.

  1. dflowers22

    dflowers22 Member

    Hi friends ,
    I m new to this forum , my name is deepti . we are planning for kids and i very much desperate to have twin kids .
    our families dont have any twins history .I had an abortion few months back. is there any chances for me to have
    any twins , if so any advices or any natural remedies to increase my twin pregnancy


    Thanks in advance...
    Good luck ...
     
  2. kymbahlee

    kymbahlee Well-Known Member

    There is a certain type of yam eaten by a tribe in Africa that has the highest twinning rate in the world.
    Eat lots of milk, calcium, and meat (vegatarians are 5 times less likely to have twins I think I read somewhere).
    But, unless you are on IVF or a fertility drug, it really is just a case of absolute luck.
     
  3. Kimani

    Kimani Well-Known Member

    Have sex twice on your birthday!

    :)

    Worked for me, but then again I'm adopted and don't know much about my family history.

    There is a chance for having twins after an abortion, I'm proof of that.

    Goodluck!
     
  4. kdanielleflowers

    kdanielleflowers Well-Known Member

    According to my DH, you just need to find someone with "Chuck Norris" sperm, like him, so your egg will split. :rotflmbo: :rotflmbo:
     
  5. pamallhoney

    pamallhoney Well-Known Member

    I have ID twins. The whole summer before getting pregnant in Sept., my husband and I ate sweet potatoes and I took 1mg of folic acid. I didn't know about the yams until after I was pregnant with twins, but I find it strange that we ate so many in the summer and ended up with twins.
     
  6. Tarin

    Tarin Well-Known Member

    We have wood stairs in the house and my bf pledged them one day and right around the time I got pregnant I fell down them, so the joke is I fell down them and split the egg because he pledged them! and I was on the pill.....
     
  7. RachelJoy

    RachelJoy Well-Known Member

    I've heard anecdotal evidence that a lot of twins are conceived by women just after stopping birth control pills (I guess the idea is that you have all these "extra" eggs since you haven't been ovulating). No idea if there's any scientific evidence for this, but it worked for me (not that I was "trying" for twins . . . I was on the pill for most of 16 years, then got pregnant with b/g twins the first month off).

    Rachel
     
  8. dallasm

    dallasm Well-Known Member

    QUOTE(TwinsInFL @ Dec 9 2008, 08:52 AM) [snapback]1103469[/snapback]
    According to my DH, you just need to find someone with "Chuck Norris" sperm, like him, so your egg will split. :rotflmbo: :rotflmbo:

    hahahahah that is too funny! i will tell my hubby that one tonight!! :rotflmbo:
     
  9. dallasm

    dallasm Well-Known Member

    I read lots of folic acid prior to concieving will help produce two eggs. I took mag/cal/zinc along with 400mg of folic acid and lots of cranberry supplements (was trying for a girl and got identical twin boys.....thanks for the joke god...really funny!!! :FIFblush: ) and wasnt trying for twins just happened to have an egg who wanted to split!! I can say that although I am blessed to be recieving twins, I wouldnt want to try to have twins. very difficult pregnancy and financially it will just be crazy!
     
  10. sarawoodside

    sarawoodside Well-Known Member

    I have a friend that got pregnant with twins while she was taking the vitamin B shot with hormones to help with weight loss. They do tell you that unless you are on birth control your chances of getting pregnant increases and the chances of it being a multiple is raised as well. WE have twins in the family so I was just lucky LOL
     
  11. JessiePlus2

    JessiePlus2 Well-Known Member

    I've read somewhere that soy isoflavones can sometimes act like natural Clomid and trigger two eggs to ovulate at once.
     
  12. DATJMom

    DATJMom Well-Known Member

    QUOTE(kymbahlee @ Dec 9 2008, 07:44 AM) [snapback]1103336[/snapback]
    But, unless you are on IVF or a fertility drug, it really is just a case of absolute luck.


    IVF/Fertility meds is still just "lucky" too. ;) It's not a given that you will have twins.
     
  13. SC_Amy

    SC_Amy Well-Known Member

    QUOTE(dallasm @ Dec 9 2008, 11:14 AM) [snapback]1103748[/snapback]
    I can say that although I am blessed to be recieving twins, I wouldnt want to try to have twins. very difficult pregnancy and financially it will just be crazy!


    I totally agree. I would research the risks and challenges of having twins before you purposely try to conceive them. Twins means a high-risk pregnancy, generally a very difficult first year (or at least first several months), more strain on the marriage--parents of multiples have a much higher divorce rate than average, etc. Be careful what you wish for.
     
  14. twoplustwo

    twoplustwo Well-Known Member

    Hmmm.
    Why are you "desperate to have twin kids"? Children are a blessing no matter how many you have at once.
     
  15. brookbranplus2

    brookbranplus2 Well-Known Member

    I believe acupuncture is what did it for me.
     
  16. jnholman

    jnholman Well-Known Member

    We conceived our boys naturally. Here is what we did....
    April 2008, we want to have kids this year and started on a prenatal vitamin
    June 23rd, stopped birth control pills. I have been on them since i was 18 and I am 31.
    Aug 4th, my Birthday we ate and drank with friends at a fondue place and had birthday sex.
    Aug 21st, positive prego test
    Sept 22nd it is twins.

    One important thing to tell you: we have 6 sets of twins between DH and I's family!

    GL,
    Jenn
     
  17. jordyn25

    jordyn25 Well-Known Member

    Like someone said twins are not something I would be trying for. Its much easier and its a lot of fun to have one at one time. I mean I am happy that I am having twins now b/c it happened but its never something I wanted before.
    I had just stopped my pill when I got pregnant. I didnt even get another cycle so now that I read that can be a cause I am sure thats what happened.

    With my dd, I had just stopped the pill as well and got pregnant that same month......
     
  18. dflowers22

    dflowers22 Member

    Thanks , to all ur advice ....
     
  19. Rose524

    Rose524 Well-Known Member

    Are you serious???
    <_<
     
  20. lbrooks

    lbrooks Well-Known Member

    QUOTE(twoplustwo @ Dec 9 2008, 09:07 AM) [snapback]1103821[/snapback]
    Hmmm.
    Why are you "desperate to have twin kids"? Children are a blessing no matter how many you have at once.



    Ditto.
     
  21. zanybebe

    zanybebe Well-Known Member

    I'm really sorry if this comes across wrong. I don't want to hurt any feelings and I am aware that I don't know your story/history. But, why are you desperate to have twins when you were willing to abort a child a few months ago?
     
  22. tashatank24

    tashatank24 Well-Known Member

    Copied from my post on "Do twins run in your family?"
    And FYI to some of those asking about the abortion, the medical term for what some of us would rather call a miscarriage is 'abortion'. I'm not sure what the situation with the OP is, but I know the term is used more freely in some other countries.

    "No twins at all in my family, BUT DH's family is riddled with them. Weirdest thing...
    No fertility treatment either, but here's my theory:

    #1. This is my 4th pregnancy (had a m/c with 1st pregnancy at 11 weeks) the more you get pregnant, the higher your chances of twins. Kinda like a slot machine, you keep pulling that lever and eventually...
    #2. My mom went through menopause early and maybe I will too. The possibility of twins increases with age, and I wonder if my ovaries realize I was only 26.
    #3. I was 235lbs in January, went to a weight loss doc in Feb, TOTALLY changed my diet, exercise habits, and overall outlook on life and within 2 months lost 40 lbs. I was taking phentermine to kill appetite, celexa (antidepressant) and metformin (to keep my insulin levels low so my body would not store sugar) I have a friend who was taking metformin for PCOS to help her conceive. I am not diabetic, nor have I ever been told I have PCOS.
    #4. My side of the family is full of lefties and there is a theory that suggests that lefties are survivors of mirror image ID vanishing twins. (Not trying to start a debate at all, this is someone else's theory.) So maybe some pregnancies on my side of the family began as twins.
    #5. I was taking a yoga class which I recently read can help boost your fertility. Long shot I know, but it seems like I was doing all the right things at the right time to make this happen and THEY'RE ALMOST HERE!! OMG!! I'M GONNA BE A TWIN MOM!!! "
     
  23. mollyjm

    mollyjm Well-Known Member

    I have to agree with some of the other posts, If I had a choice, I don't know that I would "agree" to having twins. With that said, Im already in love with them and their not even here yet and I would not change things, I just wouldn't have been jumping on the chance to do this I guess? The pregnancy I think has been very hard, much harder then with my singles and the risks that come with twin pregnancy is on my mind every day. Not to mention Im scared poopless once they come. I still have no idea how I am going to do this.

    But... I don't know you or your situation. You might be in a perfect situation to handle something like this, just really take the time to think about what you are asking for. You may have already looked at all the pros and cons. I know some families like the idea of having thier kids all at once.

    Now... I got pregnant with the twins on Plan B ( also called the morning after pill or emergency contro.) I did some reading and by far Im not the only one that came up pregnant with twins after using it. There might be a small tend to it for some women?

    But, good luck to ya.

    P.S. If this is really what is best for you and your family you could always pull off Irish Twins....
     
  24. zanybebe

    zanybebe Well-Known Member

    QUOTE(2plus2Tasha @ Dec 9 2008, 12:52 PM) [snapback]1104002[/snapback]
    Copied from my post on "Do twins run in your family?"
    And FYI to some of those asking about the abortion, the medical term for what some of us would rather call a miscarriage is 'abortion'. I'm not sure what the situation with the OP is, but I know the term is used more freely in some other countries.


    Hey Tasha,
    You are absolutely right. I failed to remember that the term "abortion" is used in the medical field and to other people in place of "miscarriage" alot of times. Thanks!
     
  25. dflowers22

    dflowers22 Member

    QUOTE(zanybebe @ Dec 9 2008, 10:12 AM) [snapback]1103920[/snapback]
    I'm really sortry if this comes across wrong. I don't want to hurt any feelings and I am aware that I don't know your story/history. But, why are you desperate to have twins when you were willing to abort a child a few months ago?
    d


    heyyyyyyyy u misunderstood me ...
    i am 25yrs , i was pregnant in aug ....but unfortunately my baby heart beat was not hearing ...so i had D&C 3 months back.
    And my doc suggested me to tac some multivitamin tablet everyday .....which i am following .


    Is it realy terrible to have twins pregnancy ????
     
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