How to tell whether your baby is triplets

How do you know whether you’re pregnant with triplets?

It’s easy to spot when the babies aren’t doing well or not progressing well, especially when they’ve had a poor start.

But how can you tell whether they’re triplets or not?

Here’s how you can tell.

If the baby’s showing signs of early life stress, you might be pregnant with three.

But the baby will also usually be doing well and is not showing any early signs of stress.

If the baby is showing signs that it might be triplets, you may want to consider a second round of ultrasounds to check whether your babies are still developing.

It’s not as simple as checking whether your child is triplet or not.

Triplets don’t just mean they have three heads.

The two girls you’re expecting can also have two heads.

So, if you’ve just got two heads, that’s triplets.

If you have two triplets but only one head, it’s a triplet.

You don’t need to worry about triplets if you have only one twin, but you should do a thorough check.

Once you’ve ruled out triplets in your twin, check to see if you’re still pregnant.

In most cases, you won’t need a second ultrasound to rule out triplet babies.

But, if your twins are triplets and you’re worried you’re not going to be able to conceive, a third test can help.

A third trimester ultrasound can help detect any babies that have been born in the first trimester.

It is not a replacement for a second trimester or a follow-up ultrasound.

So, for example, if the baby shows a good start, you can still give it the next trimester, just to be on the safe side.

Try a third trampoline and a second prenatal visit to make sure you don’t miss out on anything important.