There are a numbers of differences but to name a few important ones
- The morning sickness in twin pregnancy is much more than Singleton pregnancy.
- The risk is more if both the twins are sharing the same 'kitchen '(Placenta) and same' living room'(sac) in comparison to when they have separate placenta and sac.
- One twin can outgrow the other and can even become a parasite on another twin,so more frequent Ultrasounds(called serial ultrasound scans) are required in comparison to uncomplicated Singleton pregnancy
- Weight which one is carrying during pregnancy is also of two baby's rather than one.
- There is increased risk of Diabetes of Pregnancy as well as hypertension of pregnancy
- There is a possibility of preterm labour pains
- The rate of Cesarean section is more in twin pregnancy than Singleton pregnancy