My twins are Monochorionic Diamniotic. Today I have been told there is a 30% chance they can be boy/girl. I am confused how can this be possible?
|Monochorionic diamniotic twins are by definition identical, and share a placenta though they are in their own amniotic sacs. There is no way they could be different sex-unless they aren't actually monochorionic, but are instead dichorionic. We recommend that you should go back to your obstetrician or sonographer and ask them exactly what they mean.|