In this episode, I interview my friend Danielle all about twins, and she shares her personal experience with having twins! Here are the questions we go over! 1. What are some of the main differences between a twin pregnancy and a singleton pregnancy? 2. What are some of the main differences I can expect […]

 

In this episode, I interview my friend Danielle all about twins, and she shares her personal experience with having twins!

Here are the questions we go over!

1. What are some of the main differences between a twin pregnancy and a singleton pregnancy?
2. What are some of the main differences I can expect during a twin delivery, that would be different from a singleton?
3. What are the different types of twins? Which are the most common and which are the ones that come with the most risk?
4. Can I have a vaginal delivery if I have twins? Or can I only have a c-section? (We might basically answer this in the above questions)
5. Do I have to have an epidural if have twins?
6. How do I count kicks effectively if I have twins? How do I know both are doing ok?
7. Can I still breastfeed if I have twins?

Danielle’s Bio:

Danielle Jones, MD – known online as Mama Doctor Jones, is a board certified ObGyn and advocate for compassionate care and evidence-based information. She is best known for her YouTube channel and video content, but also has a blog and an active presence on most social media platforms where she debunks myths and shares reliable information about pregnancy and gynecology care. She is married and has 4 children, including twin girls and 2 younger boys.

You can find Danielle on social media here:

YouTube: MDJ & Crew

Instagram: @MamaDoctorJones

Blog: MindOnMed.com

Liesel Teen, BSN-RN
Founder, Mommy Labor Nurse

Meet your host

Hi there. I'm Liesel!

As a labor and delivery nurse, I've spent countless hours with women who felt anxious — even fearful — about giving birth. I want you to know it doesn't have to be that way for you!

When you know what to expect and have the tools to navigate the experience, you'll feel confident and in control.

I believe you deserve a better birth — no matter how you deliver.