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Is it possible to have kids 1 month apart?

Is it possible to have kids 1 month apart?

When a woman in Bangladesh gave birth to her first child in February, everything seemed pretty normal. But she shocked her doctors when she went into labor again only about a month later, this time giving birth to twins, according to news reports.

Can a twin born months apart?

LAKE PARK, Minn. — A mother who expected her twins to be born in May gave birth to the children not only early, but also on separate days in different months.

Is having babies back to back safe?

Back-to-back pregnancies can deplete essential nutrients, making mothers at higher risk for anemia and other complications such as uterine rupture, and also putting their babies at risk of low birth weight and preterm birth.

How many months apart can you have a baby?

It’s best to wait at least 18 months (1½ years) between giving birth and getting pregnant again. Too little time between pregnancies increases your risk of premature birth. The shorter the time between pregnancies, the higher your risk. Premature babies are more likely to have health problems than babies born on time.

What are the risks of having babies close together?

What are the risks of spacing pregnancies too close together?

  • Premature birth.
  • The placenta partially or completely peeling away from the inner wall of the uterus before delivery (placental abruption)
  • Low birth weight.
  • Congenital disorders.
  • Schizophrenia.
  • Maternal anemia.

Can I be pregnant 2 months after giving birth?

How soon can you get pregnant after giving birth? It’s possible to get pregnant before you even have your first postpartum period, which can occur as early as four weeks after giving birth or as late as 24 weeks after baby arrives (or later), depending on whether you’re breastfeeding exclusively or not.

Is it possible to have 2 babies 5 months apart?

Such a long interval between twins is rare, but not unheard of. (The world record — twins born 87 days apart — was set in 2012). But it’s not just the separate birthdays that set these twins apart — it’s the fact that each one gestated in a separate womb.

What should I expect from my 1 month old baby?

Motor Skills. A newborn’s nervous system is still maturing, but babies can accomplish a lot in their first month. You’ll notice that your baby was born with several innate reflexes, including sucking. Soon after birth, he will be able to (with a little help from you) latch on to a breast or nipple to feed.

Is it bad to have two babies close together?

There are pros and cons to having babies close together, but it’s not so bad. My oldest two children are 13 months apart, 12 months and 3 weeks, really. Just shy of being technical Irish twins.

What to do if your 1 month old baby is crying?

Some babies who cry too much may have colic or a medical problem, so call your doctor if you just can’t console your newborn. Babies love to be touched. Give your 1-month-old lots of skin -to-skin contact, for example by holding and rocking, or giving him a gentle massage.

What happens when a baby is born a month early?

Babies who were born a month early will probably take an extra month to catch up to their peers. Don’t be alarmed if your baby loses some weight during the first few days of life. Babies are born with extra body fluid and typically lose up to 10% of their birth weight before they stabilize and start gaining.