Learning that you're pregnant is an exciting and life changing discovery in its own right. But as the weeks progress, you may have a feeling that doubles your excitement (and maybe your nausea as well.) Is it twins? Besides your intuition, there are a few early signs that you're pregnant with twins that may help ease your anxiety until the news is confirmed by your OB-GYN or midwife.
Whether you were hoping for twins or didn't even expect to get pregnant in the first place, learning that you're growing two babies is a lot to process. Once you know for sure, you can begin physically planning — and mentally preparing — for the fact that you'll soon have twice the amount of, well, everything. From kicks, to bump size, to diapers, to nursing sessions (should you choose to breastfeed, of course.)
Of course, none of these symptoms are surefire ways to tell that you're having twins, but they are the most common symptoms that mothers who are pregnant with twins report feeling. Take a look at the following symptoms, comparing them to your own, and if a few of them sound a little too familiar, you might be seeing double in the very near future.