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If DTs were early, do I have an increased chance of early labour with singleton?

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dairymoo Wed 28-Oct-09 10:45:32

I had my DTs 5 weeks early and am wondering whether I am at an increased chance of having my next LO (not due until June) prematurely too.

Did those of you who had DTs prem go on to have an early second labour? Obviously, I have a long way to go before even beginning to worry about this…am just curious really.
TIA smile

littlemissm Sat 07-Nov-09 13:37:11

i have had 4 sigletons & 1 twin pregnancy my 1st pregnancy lasted 27 weeks due to complications second i went to 38 weeks third 39 weeks with the twins 29 weeks & last baby 37 weeks. my 38 , 39 & 37 week prgnancies all the babies where over 8lb actually the 37 week 1 was a 9lb baby. so the answer is no

verytellytubby Sun 08-Nov-09 22:55:37

I wouldn't think so. Twins have a higher risk of premature births but it doesn't mean any subsequent singleton births will go the same way.

Good luck!

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