I'm new here. I have twin 12 month old girls that were conceived without any IVF or fertility treatments - not that this matters to me, but it helps explain my question. The doctors told us during the pregnancy that they were probably fraternal because they were in 2 sacs, divided by a very thin membrane. There were 2 placentas as well. Well, after the girls were born, everyone said they must be identical. I mean, they look exactly alike, are the exact same size still, their hair grows the same way, etc. My husband and I are both blonde hair (I used to be LOL!) and blue eyes, so it's not like there were a lot of different traits they could inherit, but I think they may be identical. The doctor told us that with 2 sacs and 2 placentas, there was still a .5% chance they could be identical. Anyone have any ideas? Not that I really care, but it would be fun knowing. We probably won't pursue testing, but wondered if any of you have similar stories. Thanks!
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