when my boys were born the doctor said that he could not tell if they were identical or fraternal. they had one placenta but two amniotic sacks, and because of this they could either be fraternal or identical. it is pretty clear now that they are identical but why would it be hard for a doctor to know the difference? what are the differences other than egg splitting or two eggs fertalized?
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