My name is Melissa and I am new to this group. I am currently 22 weeks pregnant with identical twin girls. 2 weeks ago at my Level 2, 20 week sonogram, they said that there was a size discrepancy in the twins. Twin A was 14oz and Twin B was 11oz. 2 weeks prior to that, they were 9oz and 7 oz repectively. They said that because the gap has widened, they are concerned. Apparently they are over the percentage recommended for size difference. I am petrified that this could mean the beginning of twin to twin transfusion. Has anyone else experienced this. I have had a terrible time the past two weeks. I go back tomorrow and am so nervous. I just don't know what is normal and how common this is. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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