How much Folic Acid to take to get Pregnant with Twins?

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Folic acid is one of the most important things that a woman needs immediately before a pregnancy begins and during the first few weeks of the pregnancy. However, it is also something that can be taken in such a way that the possibility of twins being born is increased.

One thing that folic acid helps to do is to raise the rate at which a person ovulates. This means that there is a greater chance that a woman will release more than one egg that can then be fertilized. If this happens, a twin pregnancy will occur. While there is still significant research lacking on this subject, some studies have shown that women who take folic acid while they are trying to conceive have a greater chance of becoming pregnant with twins.

One-thing-that-folic-acid-helps-to-do-is-to-raise-the-rate-at-which-a-person-ovulatesBecause there is still very little research in place regarding the birth of twins and folic acid, it is also difficult to determine how much is necessary to improve a woman’s chances of becoming pregnant with twins.

If you do find that you are pregnant with twins, make sure that you discuss folic acid with your doctor. It is likely that your doctor will suggest you increase your intake of folic acid while you are pregnant with twins in order to protect their health.

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