Does monochorionic diamniotic twin pregnancy mean that my babies are identical? My obstetrician said there was a very thin membrane dividing them.

Yes, the most common form of identical twins are mono-chorionic (one placenta), di-amniotic (two maniotic sacs). It is very rare to have mono-chorionic, mono-amniotic twins-these are then in the same sac, with no dividing membrane.
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